Definition of digitally in English:

digitally

adverb

  • 1By means of digital or computer technology.

    ‘all our TV shows are recorded digitally’
    ‘digitally enhanced images’
    • ‘It will include traditional photography, as well as digitally produced imagery and such related media as film and video.’
    • ‘Much of this data lives digitally without effective storage management services.’
    • ‘The pictures are scanned, placed in computers, and digitally printed.’
    • ‘The systems on the tables had their lids removed and were photographed digitally.’
    • ‘Boarding aircraft may require our pictures to be taken digitally, in order for them to be checked against some central police computer.’
    • ‘The new 64MB card is capable of storing digitally captured images.’
    • ‘Instead of being carried as analog signals over normal phone lines, the calls are carried digitally over the Internet.’
    • ‘Once the photographs were digitally manipulated, the artist translated them by hand into paintings on paper.’
    • ‘They were then scanned back into the computer, digitally redrawn and printed out.’
    • ‘These films are as fresh and surprising today as anything you might see in color, shot digitally.’
  • 2With reference to the fingers.

    ‘he was the nimble soloist in the violin concerto, digitally dexterous in the final movement’
    • ‘This book should appeal to the new generation of students, with digitally nimble hands.’
    • ‘The second criterion requires the patient to elicit tenderness in at least 11 of the 18 defined tender points when palpated digitally.’
    • ‘The macaque monkey uses the hand to grasp, digitally explore, and identify objects within reach.’
    • ‘Digitally palpate the front limbs of the horse from knee to hoof.’
    • ‘When performing an examination after the birth, it is important to examine the patient digitally.’

Pronunciation

digitally

/ˈdɪdʒɪt(ə)li/