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English definition of “disc”

disc

noun [C] uk (US also disk)   /dɪsk/ us  
B2 a circular flat object: The dog's name was engraved on a little metal disc attached to its collar. C2 a small piece of cartilage (= strong body tissue that stretches) between the bones in your back B1 a musical record or a compact disc
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