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digestion the process by which the body converts food into absorbable substances. [3 definitions]
digestive of or pertaining to digestion. [3 definitions]
digestive juice any or all of the fluids produced by the body to digest food, such as secretions by the salivary glands, stomach walls, pancreas, and liver.
digestive system the parts of the body that work together to break down food so that it can be used by the body as energy. The human digestive system includes the mouth, esophagus, stomach, and intestines.
digger a person or a machine, tool, or the like that digs or excavates. [3 definitions]
digger wasp any of various wasps that paralyze spiders and other prey with their stingers, then lay eggs on them in underground nests.
diggings (often used with a sing. verb) a place where excavation or mining is being done. [2 definitions]
digit a finger or toe. [2 definitions]
digital expressed in the form of numerical digits [5 definitions]
digital audio tape a tape recording made with digital techniques.
digital citizen a person who uses information technology to connect with society and the world.
digital clock a clock that displays the time as digits rather than by hands on a dial.
digital computer the type of computer in widest use, that represents data as discrete electrical signals and operates at high speed. (Cf. analog computer.)
digitalis the foxglove or any of several related plants. [2 definitions]
digital versatile disc an optical storage format for digital data, resembling a compact disc but with greater storage capacity; digital video disc; DVD.
digital video disc an optical storage format for digital data, or the physical disc that the data is stored on, resembling a compact disc but with greater storage capacity; DVD. [2 definitions]
digitate having fingers or toes. [2 definitions]
digitization the process of converting data to digital form.
digitize to convert to digital form.
dignified characterized by dignity of manner or expression; stately.
dignify to give honor or prestige to. [2 definitions]