Noun: код кодекс шифр свод
Verb: кодировать шифровать кодифицировать шифровать по коду


diplomatic code - дипломатический код

in code - закодированный

bar code - штрих-код

traffic code - правила дорожного движения

dress code - дресс-код

to pick off the code - снимать код

to instrument a code - реализовать код аппаратным способом

postal code - почтовый индекс

signal code - сигнальный код

code-based testing - тестирование с использованием компьютерной программы

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He managed to hack the code. - Ему удалось взломать код.

Each employee is given a code number. - Каждому сотруднику присваивается кодовый номер.

He tapped his security code into the computer. - Он ввёл в компьютер свой пароль.

We have a relaxed dress code at the office. - У нас на работе нет строгого дресс-кода.

The army has a strict code of conduct. - В армии строгие правила поведения.

They didn't realise that we'd broken their secret code. - Они не осознавали тот факт, что мы взломали их секретный код.

Theodosian Code - Кодекс Феодосия (сборник постановлений римских императоров 4-5 вв.)

Every government is bound to digest the whole law into a code. - Каждое правительство обязано объединить все законы в кодекс.

Each product has been coded. - Каждому товару соответствует код.

All reports must be sent in code. - Все отчёты необходимо присылать в зашифрованном виде.

Use order code GSL on the order form. - На бланке заказа укажите код заказа: GSL.

She writes code faster than anybody else. - Она пишет код быстрее, чем кто-либо другой.

You must enter a code to override the alarm. - Чтобы отключить сигнал тревоги, необходимо ввести код.

He tapped in the code and the lock disengaged. - Он набрал код, и замок открылся.

We should encode the message for security reasons. - Мы должны закодировать это сообщение по соображениям безопасности.

a single legal code for all - единое законодательство для всех

The message was sent in code. - Сообщение было отправлено в закодированном виде.

the knight's code of chivalry - рыцарский кодекс чести

The general sent a coded message. - Генерал послал шифровку.

Every secret agent has a code name. - У каждого секретного агента есть кодовое имя.

section 1123 of the bankruptcy code - раздел 1123 кодекса о банкротстве

The message was written in secret code. - Послание было написано секретным кодом.

He was hired to write programming code. - Его наняли, чтобы писать программный код.

A code was assigned to each batch of work. - Каждой партии продукции был присвоен код

Our boffins finally broke the enemy's code! - Наши учёные наконец-то взломали шифр врага!

Every item in the store has a product code. - Каждый товар в магазине имеет код продукта.

the Law Society's Code of Professional Conduct - Кодекс профессиональной этики Ассоциации юристов Великобритании

Goods that you order must have a product code. - Заказанные вами товары должны иметь код продукта.

Enter your security code to access the computer. - Чтобы получить доступ к компьютеру, введите код безопасности.

Scientists worked day and night to break the code. - Ученые работали день и ночь, чтобы взломать этот код.

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Связанные термины:

DX code: a code on a film cassette that automatically adjusts the film-speed setting on a suitably equipped camera to the correct ISO rating

QR Code: A QR code is a pattern of black and white squares that can be read by a smart phone, allowing the phone user to get more information about something. QR code is an abbreviation for ' Quick Response code'.

area code: The area code for a particular city or region is the series of numbers that you have to dial before someone's personal number if you are making a telephone call to that place from a different area.

bar code: A bar code is an arrangement of numbers and parallel lines that is printed on products to be sold in shops . The bar code can be read by computers.

City Code: (in Britain ) short for City Code on Takeovers and Mergers : a code laid down in 1968 ( later modified ) to control takeover bids and mergers

code name: A code name is a name used for someone or something in order to keep their identity secret .

code word: A code word is a word or phrase that has a special meaning, different from its normal meaning, for the people who have agreed to use it in this way .

dial code: a sequence of numbers which are dialled for connection with another exchange before an individual subscriber's telephone number is dialled

Gray code: a modification of a number system, esp a binary code, in which any adjacent pair of numbers, in counting order, differ in their digits at one position only, the absolute difference being the value 1

sort code: a sequence of numbers printed on a cheque or embossed on a bank or building-society card that identifies the branch holding the account

STD code: a code of four or more digits, other than those comprising a subscriber's local telephone number, that determines the routing of a call

tax code: (in the UK) a code consisting of numbers and letters, which indicates to an employer how much tax should be deducted from an employee's pay

time code: (on video or audio tape ) a separate track on which time references are continually recorded in digital form as an aid to editing

zip code: Your zip code is a short sequence of letters and numbers at the end of your address, which helps the post office to sort the mail .

access code: a sequence of characters that allows the user access to a secure area or to a secure system

binary code: Binary code is a computer code that uses the binary number system.

code dating: the system of marking products with the date when they were packed

code letter: a letter which is part of a code

code monkey: a computer programmer who is able to perform only routine tasks

code number: a number used to identify something

color-code: to use specific colors, according to a code, for wires, switches, cards, files, etc.

colour code: a system of easily distinguishable colours, as for the identification of electrical wires or resistors

dress code: The dress code of a place is the rules about what kind of clothes people are allowed to wear there.

moral code: A code is a set of rules about how people should behave or about how something must be done.

Morse code: Morse code or morse is a code used for sending messages. It represents each letter of the alphabet using short and long sounds or flashes of light, which can be written down as dots and dashes.

penal code: The penal code of a country consists of all the laws that are related to crime and punishment.

postal code: a code of letters and digits used as part of a postal address to aid the sorting of mail

source code: Source code is the original form of a computer program as it is written by a programmer . It is then converted into code that the computer can understand .

stock code: an abbreviation that identifies a particular security on a stock-quotation machine

approval code: An approval code is a PIN or other verification code needed to authorize a payment going through the cash register.

Code Napoléon: the civil code of France, promulgated between 1804 and 1810, comprising the main body of French civil law

code-sharing: a commercial agreement between two airlines that allows passengers to use a ticket from one airline to travel on another

country code: a code of good practice recommended to those who use the countryside for recreational purposes

criminal code: the body of laws regulating how crimes are to be punished

dialling code: A dialling code for a particular city or region is the series of numbers that you have to dial before a particular telephone number if you are making a call to that place from a different area.

discount code: A code is any system of signs or symbols that has a meaning.

ethical code: an ethical code is a set of moral principles used to govern the conduct of a profession

genetic code: the order in which the nitrogenous bases of DNA are arranged in the molecule, which determines the type and amount of protein synthesized in the cell. The four bases are arranged in groups of three in a specific order, each group acting as a unit ( codon ), which specifies a particular amino acid

Highway Code: In Britain, the Highway Code is an official book published by the Department of Transport, which contains the rules which tell people how to use public roads safely.

machine code: Machine code is a way of expressing instructions and information in the form of numbers which can be understood by a computer or microchip .

national code: a game resembling rugby football, played in Australia between teams of 18 players each on an oval pitch, with a ball resembling a large rugby ball. Players attempt to kick the ball between posts (without crossbars ) at either end of the pitch, scoring six points for a goal (between the two main posts) and one point for a behind (between either of two outer posts and the main posts). They may punch or kick the ball and run with it provided that they bounce it every ten yards

sorting code: a sequence of numbers printed on a cheque or embossed on a bank or building-society card that identifies the branch holding the account

voucher code: A code is any system of signs or symbols that has a meaning .

character code: a machine-readable code that identifies a specified character or a set of such codes

Clarendon Code: four acts passed by the Cavalier Parliament between 1661 and 1665 to deal with the religious problems of the Restoration

elaborated code: a way of talking which is explicit and does not assume that the listener shares the same assumptions and understandings as the speaker

Justinian Code: a compilation of Roman imperial law made by order of Justinian I, forming part of the Corpus Juris Civilis

Napoleonic Code: → Code Napoléon

operation code: a code that specifies an action to be performed on a computer

restricted code: speech patterns that are characteristic of working class people

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Однокоренные слова:

codify - кодифицировать, шифровать, приводить в систему, составлять кодекс
encode - кодировать, шифровать, зашифровывать по коду
coding - кодирование, кодировка, шифрование
coder - кодировщик, программист, шифровальщик
coded - кодировать, шифровать, кодифицировать, шифровать по коду
recode - перекодировать
miscode - неправильно кодировать, неправильный код

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