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Verb
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codes, plural;
  1. Convert (the words of a message) into a particular code in order to convey a secret meaning
    • - only Mitch knew how to read the message—even the name was coded
  2. Express the meaning of (a statement or communication) in an indirect or euphemistic way
    • - a national campaign against “playing by ear,” a coded phrase that meant jazz
  3. Assign a code to (something) for purposes of classification, analysis, or identification
    • - she coded the samples and sent them down for dissection
  4. Write code for (a computer program)

  5. Specify the genetic sequence for (an amino acid or protein)
    • - genes that code for human growth hormone
  6. Be the genetic determiner of (a characteristic)
    • - one pair of homologous chromosomes that codes for eye color
Noun
  1. A system of words, letters, figures, or other symbols substituted for other words, letters, etc., esp. for the purposes of secrecy
    • - the Americans cracked their diplomatic code
    • - sending messages in code
  2. A system of signals, such as sounds, light flashes, or flags, used to send messages
    • - Morse code
  3. A series of letters, numbers, or symbols assigned to something for the purposes of classification or identification
    • - the genetic code
    • - calls with either code will work in the 201 area
  4. Program instructions
    • - hundreds of lines of code
    • - assembly code
  5. A systematic collection of laws or regulations
    • - the criminal code
  6. A set of conventions governing behavior or activity in a particular sphere
    • - a dress code
  7. A set of rules and standards adhered to by a society, class, or individual
    • - a stern code of honor

  1. a set of rules or principles or laws (especially written ones)
  2. attach a code to; "Code the pieces with numbers so that you can identify them later"
  3. a coding system used for transmitting messages requiring brevity or secrecy
  4. convert ordinary language into code; "We should encode the message for security reasons"
  5. (computer science) the symbolic arrangement of data or instructions in a computer program or the set of such instructions
  6. A code is a rule for converting a piece of information (for example, a letter, word, phrase, or gesture) into another form or representation (one sign into another sign), not necessarily of the same type.
  7. Code is an album by British electronic band Cabaret Voltaire. The track "Don't Argue" was released as a single, as was "Here To Go".
  8. Code or ΧΟΔΕ (also pronounced "code") is a brand name for the high-fidelity audio DVD-Video disc developed by Grammy Award-winning record producer T-Bone Burnett. ...
  9. Code are an English/Norwegian black metal band that formed in 2002.
  10. In cryptography, a code is a method used to transform a message into an obscured form, preventing those who do not possess special information, or key, required to apply the transform from understanding what is actually transmitted. ...
  11. Crude Oil Data Exchange (CODE) is an electronic business standard sanctioned by the American Petroleum Institute . CODE was initially implemented as the standard in 1978. ...
  12. A very short abbreviation, often with little correlation to the item it represents; A body of law, sanctioned by legislation, in which the rules of law to be specifically applied by the courts are set forth in systematic form; a compilation of laws by public authority; a digest; Any system of ...
  13. (Codes) The law created by statutes. For example, the California Code of Civil Procedure, California Civil Code, California Vehicle Code, California Penal Code, and California Health and Safety Code.
  14. (Codes) Building regulations adopted by city, county, or state building departments.
  15. (CODES) Computerized Deployment System
  16. (Codes) A system of signs whose rules and conventions are shared with others, thus allowing meanings to be generated, circulated, and interpreted. ...
  17. (Codes) Can refer to either the numeric codes needed to program a preprogrammed remote control, or the actual infrared signals transmitted by remote controls to devices. See also: preprogrammed, learning, infrared emitter.
  18. (Codes) In MIDI, as in general computing, a code refers to program instruction. One type is a source code (human readable). Another is a machine code (executable).
  19. (Codes) Legal documents that regulate construction to protect the health, safety, and welfare of people. Codes establish minimum standards but do not guarantee efficiency or quality.
  20. (Codes) Rules or laws used to enforce requirements for fire protection, life safety, or building construction.
  21. (Codes) There are several codes the ADT home security system will have, there will be a user code, which is used by everyone in the family to arm and disarm the alarm system. There is master code, which is used to turn the alarm off and on, and to erase a regular user code. ...
  22. (Codes) To enter these codes, dial them just like a phone number, then press the Preferences key (the one that looks like a computer menu), and chose Add Number...
  23. (Codes) Usually very strong or otherwise special weapons which can only be looted from the permanent wrecks or bought from player weapon traders. Also: "Codies", "Code Weapons", and "Codenames".
  24. (Codes) Values, typically numeric, that are assigned to different levels of variables to facilitate analysis of the variable. For example, codes such as strongly disagree=1, disagree=2, agree=3, and strongly agree=4 are often assigned.
  25. (Codes) a combination of semiotic systems, a supersystem, that function as general maps of meaning, belief systems about oneself and others, which imply views and attitudes about how the world is and/or ought to be. Codes are where semiotics and social structure and values connect.