Disc-brake meaning

A brake in which the friction is caused by a set of pads that press against a rotating disk.
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A brake, as on an automobile, that functions by causing two friction pads to press on either side of a disc rotating along with the wheel.
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A brake in which friction is caused by a set of pads, usually made of steel, that press against a rotating disk to slow or stop its rotation.
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(Automotive) A type of brake where the friction is produced by brake pads which are pressed against a disk.
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