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digitize

verb dig·i·tize \ˈdi-jə-ˌtīz\

: to change (information or pictures) to digital form

dig·i·tizeddig·i·tiz·ing

Full Definition of DIGITIZE

transitive verb
:  to convert (as data or an image) to digital form
dig·i·ti·za·tion \ˌdi-jə-tə-ˈzā-shən\ noun
dig·i·tiz·er \ˈdi-jə-ˌtī-zər\ noun
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Examples of DIGITIZE

  1. The record company digitized the songs and made them available on the Internet.

First Known Use of DIGITIZE

1953

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