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digitalize

(dĭj′ĭ-tl-īz′)
tr.v. digital·ized, digital·izing, digital·izes
To administer digitalis in a dosage sufficient to achieve the maximum therapeutic effect without producing toxic symptoms.

dig′i·tal·i·za′tion (-ĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Now, that air has been digitalised, and dirty laundry pops up in the form of mistakenly sent messages, email responses and Facebook wall posts.
The numbers represent the digitalised totals of the 2 halves of the word:
In this seamless mix of live action and digitalised cartoon, orphaned mouse Stuart is adopted by Mr and Mrs Little (Geena Davis and Hugh Laurie), who've long yearned in vain to complete family bliss with another child.
The book, first produced in Cairo 700 years ago, is the first Islamic script to benefit from the British Library's technology which allows visitors to 'turn' a selection of pages of digitalised versions of major historical items in the library's collection and view them in greater detail than is possible from the original
And with net-service providers like Virgin actively developing the ability to deliver clear, crisp digitalised music down the line into your PC, we may all be able to get quality audio of our choice without the need for hi-fi separates, or the risk of buying outdated music formats.
Digitalised since 1995, the territory has been wired with 400,000 km of optical fibre.
New York: On the occasion of the World Day for Audio-visual Heritage, the UN has provided the Sultanate with Part One of the UN digitalised audio-visual archive as part the support programme provided by the Sultanate for digitalising the UN audio-visual archive.
Global Banking News-July 24, 2017--OCBC says it has digitalised SME's account processing
Digitalised words have for years been a thorn in the side of print media, but now governments are also feeling the pain, thanks to WikiLeaks.
Now an edition of the cookbook dating from the early 15th Century, compiled in about 1420, has been digitalised and uploaded to the librarys website.