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code /kəʊd $ koʊd/ noun

دستورالعمل ها ، علامت ، نشانه قراردادی ، قانون قاعده ، مقرر ، کد ، رمز کردن ، نظام نامه ، رمزی کردن ، برنامه ، دستورالعملها ، بصورت رمز دراوردن ، مجموعه قانون تهیه کردن ، علوم مهندسی: شماره ، کامپیوتر: کد ، قانون ـ فقه: قانون ، مجموعه قوانین ، روانشناسی: کد ، بازرگانی: علامت ، علوم هوایی: کد ، علوم نظامی: کتاب قانون قرارداد
الکترونیک: رمز ، رمزی کردن ، برنامه ، دستورالعمل ها ، کد ، کامپیوتر: قانون ، فقهی: رمز ، علامت ، نشانه قراردادی ، قانون قاعده ، مقرر ، شماره ، علوم مهندسی: مجموعه قوانین ، حقوق: کد ، رمز ، علامت ، بازرگانی: کد ، هواپیمایی: رمز ، کد ، رمز کردن ، کتاب قانون قرارداد ، علوم نظامی: رمز ، کد ، روانشناسی: نظام نامه ، رمز، رمزی کردن ، برنامه ، دستورالعملها، قانون ، بصورت رمز دراوردن ، مجموعه قانون تهیه کردن کامپیوتر: برنامه-کد کامپیوتر: کد

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- cipher, cryptograph
- principles, canon, convention, custom, ethics, etiquette, manners, maxim, regulations, rules, system
English Thesaurus: rule, law, regulation, restriction, guidelines, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. code1 S2 W2 /kəʊd $ koʊd/ noun
[Word Family: noun: code, coding; verb: code; adjective: coded]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: French; Origin: Latin codex; codex]

1. LAWS/BEHAVIOUR [countable] a set of rules, laws, or principles that tell people how to behave:
The Torah is the basis for all the Jewish laws and their moral code.
Each state in the US has a different criminal and civil code.
The judge ruled that there had been no breach of the code.
There were plans to introduce a dress code (=rules about what to wear) for civil servants.
code of conduct/behaviour/ethics
the strict code of conduct that is so much a part of karate
code of practice (=a set of rules that people in a particular business or profession agree to obey)
The Textile Services Association has drawn up a code of practice endorsed by the Office of Fair Trading.Highway Code, penal code

2. SECRET MESSAGE [uncountable and countable] a system of words, letters, or symbols that you use instead of ordinary writing, so that the information can only be understood by someone else who knows the system
in code
All reports must be sent in code.
break/crack a code (=manage to understand a code)
They didn’t realise that we’d broken their secret code.

3. SYMBOLS GIVING INFORMATION [countable] a set of numbers, letters, or symbols that shows what something is or gives information about it:
Goods that you order must have a product code.
Every item found on the archaeological dig is given a code code, genetic code, postcode, zip code

4. TELEPHONES (also dialling code, STD code British English) [countable] the group of numbers that comes before a telephone number when you are calling from a different area Synonym : area code American English:
What’s the code for Aberdeen?

5. COMPUTERS [uncountable and countable] a set of instructions that tell a computer what to do ⇒ machine code, source code

6. SOUNDS/SIGNALS [countable] a system of sounds or signals that represent words or letters when they are sent by machine
Morse code

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. code2 AC verb [transitive usually passive]
[Word Family: noun: code, coding; verb: code; adjective: coded]

1. to put a set of numbers, letters, or symbols on something to show what it is or give information about it:
Each path is coded to show the level of difficulty.

2. to put a message into code so that it is secret Antonym : decode

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. system of letters, numbers, etc. for secret information
ADJ. secret | Morse
VERB + CODE break, crack, decipher The code was difficult to crack.
use, write in | invent, make up
CODE + NOUN word
PREP. in ~ All the messages were in code.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. numbers/letters for identifying sth
ADJ. area, dialling What's the area code for Bath?
post/postal | bar, charge | DNA, genetic | binary (= a system of computer programming instructions) | error (= on a computer)
CODE + NOUN number

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. set of rules for behaviour
ADJ. strict | ethical, moral | civil, criminal, disciplinary, penal | Highway the Highway Code (= the official rules for users of public roads in Britain) | dress
VERB + CODE have | devise, draw up, establish, formulate, lay down The company has drawn up a new disciplinary code.
comply with, follow | break, infringe, violate He was thrown out for infringing the club's strict dress code.
PHRASES a code of behaviour/conduct/ethics/honour/practice The profession has a strict code of practice.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


a code of practice/conduct/ethics (=rules for people in a particular profession or business)
There is a strict code of conduct for doctors.
a code of behaviour
Each tribe follows its own code of behaviour.
a code of honour (=a code of behaviour)
The family’s code of honour meant that they had to take revenge.
a moral code
Children acquire their parents’ moral code.
a legal code (=rules decided by law)
the legal code on the use of pesticides
a penal/criminal code (=relating to the punishment of criminals)
At that time the penal code allowed the death penalty.
a dress code (=rules about what you must wear)
Some of the more expensive clubs have a dress code.
the Highway Code (=the official rules about driving in Britain)
You will be tested on your knowledge of the Highway Code.
a strict code
In future we will have to abide by a strict code of environmental standards.
a voluntary code (=one that people are not legally obliged to follow)
This voluntary code sets standards for retailers on the use of child labour.
have a code
Most professional organizations have a code of ethics.
create/produce/establish a code
They have established a code of practice for advertisers.
draw up/lay down a code (=create one)
The syndicate decided to draw up a code of conduct for its members.
follow a code
When children are near water, it’s important to follow a basic safety code.
comply with/adhere to/conform to a code formal (=follow one)
All staff must sign and strictly adhere to a Code of Business Ethics.
break a code
European steel producers were judged to be breaking the code.
breach/violate/contravene a code formal (=break one)
Any companies breaching the code will be expelled from the Association.
a secret code
the secret codes used during the two world wars
break/crack a code (=discover how to understand a code)
The Enigma machine was used to crack the enemy codes.
decipher a code formal (=break one)
His job involved deciphering the codes used by the enemy.
write something in code
All the information we received during the war was written in code.
send something in code
The message was sent in code to the task force, as a signal to attack.
a code word (=a secret word you must know to get information, access etc)
UMBRA was the code word for top secret information.
a code name (=a secret name used to hide your real identity)
The spy was referred to in the report only by his code name 'Trevor S'.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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