encapsulate

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  • Our array was once again designed and encapsulated by members of our own team.
  • I think our last album encapsulated those two concepts very well.
  • This class is used to encapsulate 'foreign' data as they contain only data limited memory.
  • The idea is that an object is fully encapsulated and can only be subject to message passing.
  • It encapsulates a period of time, like all records do.
  • Another method of key exchange involves encapsulating one key within another.
  • A heart-shaped B-stage extended from the main stage, while encapsulating many of the fans.
  • The film encapsulates his life and career as an artist.
  • And have that definitive moment, where they encapsulate what their movement and their culture is.
  • This was later used to encapsulate the record label and the artists representing it.
  • The cemetery encapsulates a century-and-a-half of the University's modern history.
  • One is encapsulating knowledge about which concrete classes the system uses.
  • Social Commerce has become a really broad term encapsulating a lot of different technologies.
  • These paintings use various grey tones and encapsulate the human figure and its environment without many details.
  • This is the only tag that is required and must be included before the encapsulated data.
  • Often, collective national and even religious identity is not encapsulated in a name.
  • This was done to encapsulate the hospital's mission in a more precise manner.
  • Original focus has grown to encapsulate other fields looking for easier ways to socialize within their industry.
  • The collection encapsulates the story of the development of art.
  • In the English language the term adopted to encapsulate this concept is the word "natural".
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Words starting with encapsulate

Meaning of encapsulate

  • verb Enclose in a capsule or other small container
  • verb Put in a short or concise form; reduce in volume
    capsulize the news