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ge·o·code

 (jē′ə-kōd′)
v. ge·o·coded, ge·o·cod·ing, ge·o·codes
v.intr.
To convert addresses, place names, or other conventional locators into geographic coordinates.
v.tr.
To convert into geographic coordinates.
n.
1. A geographic coordinate.
2. A code representing a geographic division used by the US census.

geocode

(ˈdʒiːəʊˌkəʊd)
n
(Computer Science) a digital code that matches geographical coordinates to the name of a location
vb
(Computer Science) to assign geographical coordinates to a physical location using a digital code

geocode


Past participle: geocoded
Gerund: geocoding

Imperative
geocode
geocode
Present
I geocode
you geocode
he/she/it geocodes
we geocode
you geocode
they geocode
Preterite
I geocoded
you geocoded
he/she/it geocoded
we geocoded
you geocoded
they geocoded
Present Continuous
I am geocoding
you are geocoding
he/she/it is geocoding
we are geocoding
you are geocoding
they are geocoding
Present Perfect
I have geocoded
you have geocoded
he/she/it has geocoded
we have geocoded
you have geocoded
they have geocoded
Past Continuous
I was geocoding
you were geocoding
he/she/it was geocoding
we were geocoding
you were geocoding
they were geocoding
Past Perfect
I had geocoded
you had geocoded
he/she/it had geocoded
we had geocoded
you had geocoded
they had geocoded
Future
I will geocode
you will geocode
he/she/it will geocode
we will geocode
you will geocode
they will geocode
Future Perfect
I will have geocoded
you will have geocoded
he/she/it will have geocoded
we will have geocoded
you will have geocoded
they will have geocoded
Future Continuous
I will be geocoding
you will be geocoding
he/she/it will be geocoding
we will be geocoding
you will be geocoding
they will be geocoding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been geocoding
you have been geocoding
he/she/it has been geocoding
we have been geocoding
you have been geocoding
they have been geocoding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been geocoding
you will have been geocoding
he/she/it will have been geocoding
we will have been geocoding
you will have been geocoding
they will have been geocoding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been geocoding
you had been geocoding
he/she/it had been geocoding
we had been geocoding
you had been geocoding
they had been geocoding
Conditional
I would geocode
you would geocode
he/she/it would geocode
we would geocode
you would geocode
they would geocode
Past Conditional
I would have geocoded
you would have geocoded
he/she/it would have geocoded
we would have geocoded
you would have geocoded
they would have geocoded
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