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"DVD" in British English

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DVDnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ˌdiː.viːˈdiː/
A1 abbreviation fordigitalversatiledisc or ​digitalvideodisc: a ​disc used for ​storing and ​playingmusic, ​films, or ​information: I got a DVD of "Mary Poppins" for ​Christmas. Is the ​movieavailable on DVD? a DVD ​drive/​player

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(Definition of DVD from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"DVD" in American English

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DVDnoun [C]

abbreviation fordigitalvideodisk or ​digitalversatiledisk (= a ​disk that can ​storelargeamounts of ​sound, ​movies, ​games, and ​information)
(Definition of DVD from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"DVD" in Business English

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DVDnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˌdiːviːˈdiː/ IT
abbreviation for digital versatile ​disc or ​digitalvideodisc: a ​disc used for ​storing and playing films, music, or ​data: The film is now ​available on DVD. a DVD ​player/recorder/​drive
(Definition of DVD from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “DVD”
in Korean 디브이디…
in Arabic أُسْطُوانة مُدْمَجة…
in Malaysian DVD…
in Russian ди-ви-ди…
in Chinese (Traditional) DVD光碟,DVD影碟…
in Italian DVD…
in Turkish DVD, üzerine film, müzük…
in Polish DVD…
in Spanish DVD…
in Vietnamese DVD…
in Portuguese DVD…
in Thai ดีวีดี, จานวีดิทัศน์ระบบดิจิตอล…
in Catalan DVD…
in Japanese ディーブイディー、DVD…
in Chinese (Simplified) DVD光盘,DVD影碟…
in Indonesian DVD…
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