An information storage device for a computer in the shape of a round flat plate that can be rotated to give access to all parts of the surface. The data may be stored either magnetically (in a magnetic disk) or optically (in an optical disk such as a CD-ROM)
A phonograph record
One of the suits in some tarot packs, corresponding to coins in others
A shape or surface that is round and flat in appearance
the smudged yellow disk of the moon
A roundish, flattened part in an animal or plant, in particular
A layer of cartilage separating adjacent vertebrae in the spine
he suffered a prolapsed disc
(in a composite flowerhead of the daisy family) A close-packed cluster of disk florets in the center, forming the yellow part of the flowerhead
harrow: draw a harrow over (land)
something with a round shape resembling a flat circular plate; "the moon's disk hung in a cloudless sky"
a flat circular plate
phonograph record: sound recording consisting of a disk with a continuous groove; used to reproduce music by rotating while a phonograph needle tracks in the groove
magnetic disk: (computer science) a memory device consisting of a flat disk covered with a magnetic coating on which information is stored
The Confederation of Progressive Trade Unions of Turkey (Turkish: Türkiye Devrimci İşçi Sendikaları Konfederasyonu, DİSK) is one of the four major national trade union centres in Turkey. ...
In geometry, a disk (also spelt disc) is the region in a plane bounded by a circle.
The Disk is a 1975 short story written by Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges. It appears in the collection The Book of Sand.
A thin, flat, circular plate or similar object; Something resembling a disk; A vinyl phonograph/gramophone record; A floppy disk - removable magnetic medium or a hard disk - fixed, persistent digital storage; A disc - either a CD-ROM, an audio CD, a DVD or similar removable storage medium
(Disks) How software is stored and put into your computer. 31/2 floppy, Zip Disk and CD s are the common disks. Information or programs can be installed from your CD or floppy to your hard drive. Can also go
(Disks) There are various forms of disk (US spelling) used to store files for use with computers. They are usually classified by physical size (eg. 3.5 inches), storage capacity (eg. 210 megabytes), and physical medium (eg. magnetic, optical, magneto-optical).
(Disks) n. Another name for Circles
(Disks) small, flat, circular pieces (usually ivory, ivoroid, bone, celluloid, Bakelite, plastic, or cardboard), all the same shape but sometimes of different sizes (for example, the large, flat “tiddle” and the smaller wink” in TIDDLEY WINKS), sometimes referred to as counters. (See “Markers.”)
Multiple circular disks, typically three, extend as hoops out from a thin cylindrical shaft.
The flat plate between each vertebra that cushions it. The disk has an outer covering made up partly of cartilage. The center of the disk has a jelly-like substance called the nucleus pulposus, which acts like a rubber ball to provide cushioning during compression. ...
A magnetic storage media such as floppy disks.
The surface of the Sun or other celestial body projected against the sky.
Term describing the shape of the rotary wing or propeller formed by the spinning blades.
Same as magnetic disk. A round, flat magnetic recording medium with one or more layers deposited on the surface which data can be recorded onto.
A disk is a physical object used for storing data. It will not forget its data when it loses power. It is always used in conjunction with a disk drive. Some disks can be removed from their drives, some cannot. ...
A flat circular plate, coated with a magnetic material, on which data may be sorted by selective magnetization of portions of the surface. May be a flexible floppy disk or rigid hard disk. It could also be a plastic compact disc (CD) or digital video disk (DVD).
A round object white on one side and black on the other. When on the white side and in a place number box signifies that a come-out roll has occurred and that a point has been established
a spinning platter made of magnetic or optically etched material on which data can be stored.
a flat, circular, metal or plastic platter coated with a thin layer of magnetic material on which data may be recorded as a series of magnetic signals arranged in circular patterns (called tracks).
(1) A magnetic recording medium. (2) A magnetically coated platter that stores programs and data files. [The two main types of disks are hard disks and floppy disks.]