|provocative disk jockey||shock jock|
|(Computers) interface standard for connecting disk drives and other peripheral devices to personal computers (enables faster transmission than regular parallel connections)||SCSI (small computer system interface)|
|(Computers) preparation of a diskette or hard disk for reading and writing; design, setting of configurations of a document||formatting|
|(in Computers) EDD, virtual disk created by partitioning one disk into smaller separate disks||Enhanced Disk Drive|
|1024 bytes, unit of measure for memory and disk capacity (Computers)||KB (KiloByte)|
|1024 bytes, unit of measure for memory and disk capacity (Computers)||Kilobyte|
|a lot of money, bundle, compress, compressed material, disk in shotgun cartridge||wad|
|a trademark for a plastic disk thrown from person to person in a game||Frisbee|
|a video jockey||vee-jay|
|acoustically unsatisfactory area, area of ignorance, direction in which vision is obscured, optic disk, place with poor radio reception||blind spot|
|act of stirring up, rousing to action, stimulating, inflammatory, provocative||inciting|
|act of writing down; act of setting down onto a storage medium (such as tape, disk, video, etc.); something which has been recorded, copy of music, keeping a record, inscribing, making of record||recording|
|act or process of initializing; act of resetting something to its starting value or position; preparation of a computer disk for reading and writing; startup of a system or program (Computers)||initialisation|
|add slugs, bullet, cells that develop into spore-bearing structure, disk used as illegal coin, drink of something, drink something quickly, hard hit, hit hard with the fist or with a bat (Slang); move slowly; be idle or lazy, hit somebody or something ...||slug|
|amount on spool, cylinder around which something is wound (such as thread, rope, etc.), cylinder on which something is wound, transfer data to store, wind around a cylinder; unwind from around a cylinder; (Computers) send a task to memory or disk (wher...||spool|
|any species of fish with a suction disk on the top of its head by which it attaches to sharks and other sea creatures, fish with suction disk, sharksucker, suckerfish||remora|
|area of a disk in which the location of each file is recorded (Computers)||FAT (File Allocation Table)|
|area of a disk on which the location of each file is recorded||file allocation table (FAT)|
|arrange layout of, data organization, design the appearance of, place in a certain format; prepare a diskette or hard disk for use (Computers), organize disk for data storage, structure, pattern, design; organization; pattern of data organization (Comp...||format|
|Basic Operating System; obsolete IBM operating system used on early computers with no disk drives (Computers)||BOS|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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