Disc meaning

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The definition of a disc, sometimes spelled disk, is a record played in a phonograph or a device that contains music or other files.

An example of a disc is a CD.

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Discount.
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A phonograph record.
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Any disk-shaped part or structure.
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Discount.
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Discovered.
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An alternate spelling for disk with a "k." Some computer manufacturers use this spelling for magnetic disks, but "disc" usually refers to optical media, such as CDs and DVDs.In this Encyclopedia...Disc ("c") refers to pure optical media, and disk ("k") refers to magnetic hard disks and floppy disks as well as to disks that use a combination of magnetic and optical technologies (see magneto-optic disk).
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(law) Abbreviation of discount.
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A thin, flat, circular plate or similar object.

A coin is a disc of metal.

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(anatomy) An intervertebral disc.
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Something resembling a disc.

Venus's disc cut off light from the Sun.

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Turn the disc over, after it has finished.

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Origin of disc

  • Latin discus through French disque
    From Wiktionary