Translation of digital in Spanish:

digital

digital, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈdɪdʒɪt(ə)l//ˈdɪdʒɪdl/

adjective

  • 1

    Computing Electronics
    (recording/display/watch) digital
    • After shooting a glance at the digital clock on her nightstand she saw that her friend was indeed right.
    • Readers have remarked before how some digital technology mavens merely acquire, and never seem to listen to what they hoard.
    • I watch the minutes change on the digital clock on the nightstand next to my side of the bed.
    • A text that described how to set a digital clock was used as a practice text.
    • We are also focusing on linking the mobile handset to control digital appliances in the home.
    • The digital signal is converted back to an analog one when it reaches its destination.
    • Is it coincidence that our generation is infatuated with digital watches and clocks?
    • Cellphones and personal digital assistants contain hazardous materials too.
    • Most Australians, if they want to invest in the hardware, can pick up a digital signal.
    • She glanced at the small digital clock readout on her wrist before getting back to her feet.
    • On top of this, this whole situation elevates the issue of computer security and thus Internet technology and the digital world.
    • While the book long bound these together, digital technologies are picking at the seams.
    • In the flood of digital information there are real reasons for what may be described as an increase in capacity and a decrease in content.
    • The digital clock near my bedside read ten o'clock, ushering in my time to leave for school.
    • They were betting on the temperature displayed on a digital clock across Liberty Street.
    • It can play current digital video cassette tapes for format compatibility with older models.
    • A digital sound system will provide a thrilling accompaniment to the show.
    • Sport will change along with this and will be modified by the introduction of digital technology and the Internet.
    • Talking to accountants and money-hungry businessmen every day has taken the edge off the digital revolution.
    • Many of our everyday practices involve the appropriation of digital technologies.
    • Students are to gather digital information with cameras and laptops on visits to waste management sites in the district.
    • The media establishment is still having trouble coming to terms with the digital revolution.
    • Before the digital stopwatch, when you timed something, you had to do it on a wacky round device that ticked and was just as hard to read as a wall clock.
    • At that moment the TV clock appeared on the screen once more, corrected, but not exactly in accord with the digital clock.
    • Standard batteries can power digital cellphones for several hours of transmission or days of standby operation.
    • A digital signal would not occupy too much space, so this could in fact be pretty good.
    • Everyone knows the future of music is away from physical media and into digital.
    • The receiving modem translates the analog signals back to digital form.
    • I wouldn't have a digital clock in the house and I have never owned a digital watch.
    • The second aspect is the nature of digital technology and the Internet.
    • This is the problem I have with most personal digital assistants and cell phones that do video.
    • My eyes were glued to the digital clock in the family room.
    • The acronyms represent some of the common file formats of digital music found on the Internet.
    • He said that there had been a proliferation, matching the speed of the digital revolution, of conflict in the virtual space.
    • Hell, when compared to clam digging, watching the numbers change on a digital clock is fun.
    • I do not think for one minute that my taking this action will have any effect on our digital signal strength.
    • Boxes are required to translate the digital binary code back to analog signals for viewing.
    • After that was done, I glanced at the digital clock on the microwave and headed up for a quick shower.
    • The company will begin shipping the digital signal processor by the middle of next year, she said.
    • Friday night came and in the absence of a digital watch I synchronised my mobile phone clock.
    • With technologies merging and the digital revolution moving in, a closer look at movie-making seems timely.
    • Value has no digital output, but it has two pairs of analog channels.
    • He checked his watch and blinked twice when the green digital clock told him it was half past eleven.
    • They eagerly welcome new opportunities that are provided by digital technology and the internet.
    • I glanced at my digital clock radio on my nightstand and decided I had a little over five hours to get ready before we had to leave.
    • His fascination with radio lead him to try to find a technical solution to transmitting digital information using microwaves.
    • There is renewed optimism about the potential of the Internet and digital technologies.
    • This, it could be argued, is a good example of how the internet and digital world is educating all of us.
    • However, it turned out that digital watches needed two hands as well - one to wear them on and one to press the button to find out what the time was.
    • A five-hundred piece jigsaw puzzle and a digital clock radio are good finds for a dollar store.
    • We then picked out a new digital cordless, with an extra handset, and paid just £25 for it.
    • I sink down in my seat, and watch the digital clock on the dashboard count away.
    • I see it as folks who prefer digital watches, and don't find anything else to their liking.
  • 2formal

    (relating to fingers)
    digital
    dactilar
    • The difficulty with digital examination of the cervix is the lack of consistency between examinations and examiners.
    • Biopsy rates reflect the intensity of screening with digital rectal examinations as well as prostate specific antigen.
    • Assessment should include anoscopy and a digital examination in the left lateral position.
    • Fifteen percent of colorectal cancers can be detected by digital rectal examination.
    • Avoid digital exams if possible unless patient is in labor and delivery is inevitable.
    • In a truly thorough palpation, you should do a digital examination in both positions.
    • But it can be recognised early by periodic blood tests and digital rectal examinations.
    • The saphenous sometimes provides the medial dorsal digital nerve to the great toe.
    • The leg is mottled and digital gangrene is common, but pedal pulses are usually palpable.
    • Enlargement of the prostate can be diagnosed by the symptoms and digital rectal examination.
    • A digital rectal exam should be performed to determine the presence of a distal lesion.
    • In males, the prostate should be palpated in addition to digital assessment of the anal canal.