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discnoun [C]

 us   /dɪsk/
a ​disk Disc is also another ​name for a ​musicalrecord or a CD: This ​recording is ​available on disc and on ​tape.
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discnoun [C]

uk   us   /dɪsk/
B2 mainly UK (US usually disk) a ​circularflatobject: The dog's ​name was ​engraved on a little ​metal disc ​attached to ​itscollar.C2 mainly UK (US usually disk) a ​smallpiece of ​cartilage (= ​strongbodytissue that ​stretches) between the ​bones in ​your backB1 (US also disk) a ​musicalrecord or a ​compact disc
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"disc" in Business English

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discnoun [C]

uk   us   /dɪsk/
a ​flatcircularobject used for ​recording and ​storing music or films, for ​example, a CD or ​DVD
IT a disk
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(Definition of disc from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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