Definition of Disk in English :

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Disk

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Noun

1. disc, disk, saucer

something with a round shape resembling a flat circular plate

Example Sentences:
'the moon's disk hung in a cloudless sky'

2. disc, disk

a flat circular plate

3. disc, disk, phonograph record, phonograph recording, platter, record

sound recording consisting of a disk with a continuous groove; used to reproduce music by rotating while a phonograph needle tracks in the groove

4. disc, disk, magnetic disc, magnetic disk

(computer science) a memory device consisting of a flat disk covered with a magnetic coating on which information is stored

Verb

5. disk, harrow

draw a harrow over (land)

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Disk

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noun
1.  a variant spelling (esp US and Canadian) of disc
2. Also called: magnetic disk, hard disk computing
a direct-access storage device consisting of a stack of plates coated with a magnetic layer, the whole assembly rotating rapidly as a single unit. Each surface has a read-write head that can move radially to read or write data on concentric tracks
Compare drum (sense 9), See also floppy disk

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Disk

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noun
1. 
a thin, flat, circular thing of any material
2. 
anything like this in form
the moon's disk
3. 
any of the sharp, circular blades of a disk harrow
4.  Anatomy
a layer of fibrous connective tissue with small masses of cartilage among the fibers, occurring between adjacent vertebrae
5.  Botany
a. 
disk flower
b. 
a circular nectary around the center of some flowers
6. 
a thin, flat, circular plate coated with ferromagnetic particles, on which computer data can be stored
7. 
disc1
8.  Obsolete
discus

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Disk

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n.
1. A thin, flat, circular object or plate.
2. Something resembling such an object: The moon's disk was reflected in the pond.
3.
a. The disk used in a disc brake.
b. A disk used on a disk harrow.
4. A round, flattened structure in a plant or animal, such as an intervertebral disk.
5. Botany The central area bearing numerous disk flowers in the flower head of a composite plant such as a daisy.
6. Computers
a. An optical disc, especially a compact disc.
b. A magnetic disk, such as a floppy disk or hard disk.
c. The data stored on such objects.
7. A phonograph record.
8. A circular grid in a phototypesetting machine.
tr.v. disked, disk·ing, disks also disced or disc·ing or discs
1. To work (soil) with a disk harrow.
2. To make (a recording) on a phonograph record.

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