A device that decodes a scrambled electronic signal to make it interpretable. (noun)
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Use "decoder" in a sentence
"USDA is a great nutrient information source, Label Lookup is a super label decoder and Eat Local soon to be an App makes seasonal eating easy."
"That decoder is really a computer that is used only to receive messages."
"Use our interactive label decoder to find your way in the murky world of certifications and ingredients."