/ ˈdɪdʒɪtl; NAmE / adjective , noun
using a system of receiving and sending information as a series of the numbers one and zero, showing that an electronic signal is there or is not there :
a digital camera
digital terrestrial and digital satellite broadcasting
( of clocks, watches, etc. ) showing information by using figures, rather than with hands that point to numbers :
a digital clock / watch
► digit·al·ly / -təli; NAmE / adverb :
digitally remastered tapes
[ U ] digital television :
How long have you had digital?
With digital you can choose the camera angle you want.
late 15th cent.: from Latin digitalis , from digitus finger, toe.