disk

The visible surface of the Sun (or any heavenly body) projected against the sky.
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disk

The visible surface of the Sun (or any heavenly body) projected against the sky.
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Disk

The visible surface of the sun (or any heavenly body) projected against the sky.
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disk

An tractor-drawn implement composed of circular plates arranged at an angle with the soil. Used to prepare the soil for seeding.
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disk

[n] - something with a round shape like a flat circular plate 2. [n] - a thin flat circular plate
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Disk

The appearance or face of a planet, star or moon as seen from Earth.
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disk

A thin platter coated with a magnetic material, and used in a disk drive to store information. Also can refer to the drive itself.
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DISK

Abbreviation of Diskette, but now used to describe computer floppy, hard and removable disks.
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Disk

See also COMPACT DISK (158), DISKETTE (196), OPTICAL DISK (387), RECORD (468), VIDEODISC (570) A round flat object, sometimes encased in a container, upon which data can be recorded and stored
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Disk

Disk (dĭsk) noun [ Latin discus , Greek di`skos . See Dish .] [ Written also disc .] 1. A discus; a quoit. « Some whirl the disk , and some the javelin dart.» Pope. 2. A flat, circular plate; as, a disk of me
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disk

1. A discus; a quoit. 'Some whirl the disk, and some the javelin dart.' (Pope) ... 2. A flat, circular plate; as, a disk of metal or paper. ... 3. <astronomy> The circular figure of a celestial body, as seen projected of the heavens. ... 4. <biology> A circular structure either in plants or animals; as, a blood disk; germinal disk, etc.
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disk

disc noun a flat circular plate
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disk

disc noun something with a round shape like a flat circular plate
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disk

(disk) a circular or rounded flat plate; often spelled disc in names of anatomic structures.
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Disk

• (n.) The whole surface of a leaf. • (n.) The circular figure of a celestial body, as seen projected of the heavens. • (n.) A discus; a quoit. • (n.) In owls, the space around the eyes. • (n.) A circular structure either in plants or animals; as, a blood disk; germinal disk, etc. • (n.) The lower side of the body of s
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disk

(from the article `joint`) ...of fibrocartilage that are attached to the joint capsule (the investing ligament) and that stretch across the joint cavity between a pair of ...
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disk

(from the article `Cosmos`) ...contain much neutral gas and are probably forming massive numbers of stars as attested to by their blue colours. Galaxies that have regular forms ... From a distance the most conspicuous part of the Galaxy would be the disk, which extends from the nucleus out to approximately 75,000 light-years. ... Exc...
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disk

disc, disk (noun) 1. A thin, flat, circular object or plate. 2. The disk used in a disc brake. 3. A disk used on a disk harrow for agricultural purposes. 4. A magnetic disk; such as, a floppy disk or hard disk; the data stored on such a disk: 'The instructions suggested that we read the disk that came with the manual.' 5. A round, flattened,...
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disk

disc, disk; discing, disking (verb) 1. To work (soil) with a disk harrow. 2. To make (a recording) on a phonograph record.
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Disk

A device carrying magnetically encoded information which can be read by a computer system. The information load is usually in the few to hundreds of megabytes range.
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Disk

A device carrying magnetically encoded information which can be read by a computer system. The information load is usually in the few to hundreds of megabytes range.
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disk

(mathematics) Roughly speaking, the 'filling' of a circle. A flat (two-dimensional) disk of radius r consists of all the points that are at a distance r (closed disk) or < r (open disk) from a fixed point in the plane. More generally, an n-dimensional disk of radius r is the se...
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disk

• A flattened, circular region of gas, dust, and/or stars. It may refer to material surrounding a newly-formed star, material accreting onto a black hole or neutron star, or the large region of a spiral galaxy containing the spiral arms. • The apparent circular shape of the Sun, a plane...
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disk

Type: Term Pronunciation: disk Synonyms: disc
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disk

(computing) In computing, a common medium for storing large volumes of data. A magnetic disk is rotated at high speed in a disk-drive unit as a read/write (playback or record) head passes over its surfaces to record or read th...
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