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gigabyte

noun [C] uk   us   /ˈɡɪɡ.ə.baɪt/ (written abbreviation GB, Gb, also gig) specialized
a unit of computer information, consisting of 1,024 megabytes
Translations of “gigabyte”
in Vietnamese GB…
in Spanish gigabyte…
in Thai กิกะไบต์…
in Malaysian gigabit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 十億位元元組,吉位元組…
in Indonesian gigabit…
in Russian гигабайт…
in Turkish bilgisayarın depolayabileceği bilginin miktarını ölçme birimi, cigabayt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 千兆字节,吉字节…
in Polish gigabajt…
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