Translation of decipher in Spanish:


descifrar, v.

Pronunciation /dɪˈsʌɪfə//dəˈsaɪfər/

transitive verb

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    • The harbour became so bright none of the signal codes could be deciphered.
    • "Miguel, can you decipher this code for us? " asked Grace.
    • It only became public knowledge when MAGIC intelligence decrypts, including a signal from the Japanese attaché in Berlin which was not deciphered until after the war, were declassified in the USA in 1980.
    • The content of the info sent is encrypted and couldn't be deciphered as far as I know.
    • Numerous books and television documentaries have chronicled the remarkable work of the team who deciphered the Nazi's Enigma machine.
    • The code was just being deciphered back then so they did not know what this could mean.
    • The censor deciphered most of these codes fairly easily, although some of the more subtle ones may have eluded him.
    • Still, Pepys' shorthand was not deciphered until 1819 by an undergraduate who did not know that in the library Pepys had also left Magdalene was the shorthand primer on which the cipher was based.
    • Three-fourths of the message has already been deciphered, but the remaining fourth has apparently been coded in an entirely different way.
    • Just as with any other type of cipher, as long as the recipient knows the key, the process of deciphering an Enigma encrypted message is incredibly simple.
    • Using actual paintings like the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper, Brown deciphers hidden codes tucked away inside these great art works by Da Vinci himself.
    • Also, judging by the final sentence, it would appear that my amateur attempt at cryptography has been easily deciphered, not that I am overly surprised by that fact…
    • I had to decipher the code so that I could make a counter formula.
    • After wireless transmission by Morse code the enciphered message would be typed by the receiver onto an Enigma machine having the same ground setting, the key setting entered, and the text deciphered automatically.
    • This was a key, just as Egyptian hieroglyphics could be deciphered only when the bilingual Rosetta Stone was found.
    • The catch is that anyone intercepting the key then could decipher all your messages.
    • A code was typed in and it automatically deciphered itself, forming into a simple set of commands.
    • The relatively simple code used by Mary was quickly deciphered, and translations were provided for Elizabeth.
    • He had to decipher more than ten lines of code before entering the right password.
    • It was intercepted and deciphered by Room 40, a predecessor of GCHQ, the Government's top secret listening post, in January 1917.