Definition of Decoders

1. Noun. (plural of decoder) ¹



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Definition of Decoders

1. decoder [n] - See also: decoder

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Decoders

decoct
decocted
decocting
decoction
decoction mashing
decoction process
decoctions
decoctive
decocts
decocture
decodability
decodable
decode
decoded
decoder
decoders (current term)
decodes
decoding
decodings
decohere
decohered
decoherence
decoherent
decoheres
decohering
decoit
decoities
decoits
decoity
decoke

Literary usage of Decoders

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1. Official Documents of the European Community Telecommunications Policy (1994)
"11.2 Encoders and decoders It is worth noting that encoders (writers) and decoders (readers) of ODA Raster DAP files have differing needs for generality. ..."

2. Thirty Secret Years by Robin Denniston (2007)
"Persian section three decoders and two translators; Humphreys, ... Arabic section two decoders and two translators, Thacker and Dr Lewis lectured in Islamic ..."

3. National Regulation of Inter-state Commerce by Charles Carroll Bonney (1882)
"This key was then duplicated in hundreds of other decoder boxes, allowing all pirated decoders program access when the system thought it was giving such ..."

4. Basic Phonics Skills, Level B by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Kathleen Scraper, Joy Evans, Jo Ellen Moore (2004)
"Readers who are good decoders read more words than those who are poor ... Those who are successful decoders do not depend on context clues as much as those ..."

5. Basic Phonics Skills, Level D by Martha Cheney, Hilve Firek, Jo Ellen Moore (2004)
"Readers who are good decoders read more words than those who are poor ... Those who are successful decoders do not depend on context clues as much as those ..."

6. Adult Literacy And New Technologies: Tools For A Lifetime by Office of Technology Assessment (1994)
"... less well-known devices such as closed- caption decoders or hand-held dictionaries and translators (see box 7-F). There are some experiments that ..."

7. Reading with Meaning: Teaching Comprehension in the Primary Grades by Debbie Miller (2002)
"I've learned that the best decoders aren't necessarily the most thoughtful readers, nor are the most thoughtful readers necessarily the best decoders. ..."

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