disc

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İngilizce - Türkçe
disk

Öğrenci olduğu zamanlar diskoya sadece bir kez gitti. - When she was a student, she went to the disco once only.

O öğrenciyken, sık sık diskoya giderdi. - When she was a student, she used to go to the disco often.

plak
yuvarlak yüzey
yuvarlak şey
{i} bak. disk
{i} (tarım makinelerinde) disk
{i} plâk (gramofon)
{i} daire

Dünyanın düz bir daire olduğu düşünülüyordu. - It was thought the Earth is a flat disc.

Sami, Leyla'nın cesedini Leyla'nın dairesinde buldu. - Sami discovered Layla's body in her apartment.

(Tekstil) tas (çift tacın)
(Mekanik) kurs
(Otomotiv) göbek
(Mekanik) yuvarlak plaka
disc brake pad
fren balatası
disc brake pad
(Askeri,Otomotiv) disk fren balatası
disc harrow
diskli tırmık makinesi
disc harrow
diskaro
disc jockey
plak sunucu
disc jockey
diskcokey
disc wheel
diskli tekerlek
disc shaped
disk şeklinde
disc brake assembly
(Otomotiv) disk fren grubu
disc brake keyed to the axle
dingil üzerinde diskli fren
disc brake piston seal
(Otomotiv) fren pistonu yağ keçesi
disc center
disk merkezi
disc controller
(Bilgisayar) disk denetleyicisi
disc diffuser
diskli dağıtıcı
disc facing
(Otomotiv) disk balatası
disc filter
(Otomotiv) tarak filtre
disc holder
cd rafı
disc hub
disk göbeği
disc jockey
diskjokey
disc kit
disk kiti
disc loading
(Havacılık) disk yüklemesi
disc plate
fren tablası
disc regions
(Bilgisayar) disk bölgeleri
disc serration
(Havacılık) disk dişleri
disc shaped winding
(Elektrik, Elektronik) disk şeklinde sargı
disc spring kit
disk yay kiti
disc time remaining
(Bilgisayar) kalan disk süresi
disc wheel
disk tekerlek
disc wheel
dolu gövdeli tekerlek
disc wheel hub
disk tekerlek göbeği
disc/track info
(Bilgisayar) disk/iz bilgisi
diffuser disc
difizör diski
dished wheel disc
dalgalı tekerlek gövdesi
disk, disc
(Tıp) Disk, yassı, yuvarlak, bir strüktür veya dairesel çıkıntı, discus
dessicator disc
(Kuran) Desikatör diski
slipped disc
bel fıtığı
clutch disc
balata
compact disc
(Dilbilim) yoğun teker
disc jockey
disk cokey
disk
çark
disk
(Bilgisayar) diske

Bu bilgisayarın disket sürücüsü var. - This computer has a floppy disk drive.

Bu tek bir diskete sığar. - It fits on a single floppy disk.

disk
teker
disk
yuvarlak levha
disk
kurs
friction disc
(Mekanik) sürtünme aynası
grinding disc
taşlama diski
guide disc
döner tabla
identity disc
künye
pressure disc
basınç diski
rubber disc
lastik disk
steel disc
çelik disk
support disc
destek diski
wheel disc
tekerlek diski
wheel disc
dolu tekerlek gövdesi
attracted disc electrometer
disk çekmeli elektrometre
clutch disc
debriyaj diski
clutch disc
kavrama diski
clutch driving disc
debriyaj tahrik diski
colour disc
renk diski
compact disc
kompakt disk
compact disc
compact disk
disk
bkz.disc
lubricated disc clutch
yağlı diskli kavrama
method of disc
disk yöntemi
optic disc
optik disk
slipped disc
disk kayması
sucking disc
vantuz
sucking disc
çekmen
brake disc
fren diski
embryonic disc
embriyonik disk
film disc
film disk
friction disc
sürtünme diski
herniated disc
bel fıtığı
intervertebral disc
intervertebral disk
laser disc
lazer disk
prolapsed disc
(deyim) Omurgada kaymış, yerinden oynamış ömür/disk
spinning disc
dönen diskler
sun disc
Paz disk
Tube disc
(Tekstil) Masura diski
actuator disc theory
(Havacılık) aktüatör disk teorisi
adhesive disc
(Denizbilim) vantuz
adhesive disc
(Denizbilim) yapışkan disk
auricular disc
(Diş Hekimliği) eklem yapan kemik yüzeyleri arasındaki fibröz tabaka
bursting disc
emniyet diski
centering disc
merkezleme diski
choked disc
(Tıp) Herhangi bir sebepten dolayı, göz sinir ve damarlarının göze girip çıktıkları yerde bulunan diskin bulanıklaşması eya tıkanması
cluth disc
(İnşaat) kavrama diski
compact disc
cd
compact disc
yoğun disk
compact disc
CD CD (optik disk)
compact disc
(CD) Yoğun Disk (YD)
compact disc mute
(Bilgisayar) optik disk sessiz
compact disc player
diskçalar
companion disc
mukabil disk
crank disc
krank diski
disk
ağırşak
disk
{i} disk
disk
{i} plâk (gramafon)
disk
{i} spor, (Anatomi) , müz., (Bilgisayar) disk
eject disc
(Bilgisayar) cd'yi çıkar
enter disc
(Bilgisayar) disk tak
exit disc
paket çıkış çarkı
inside disc
iç yanak
inside disc
iç disk
metering disc
kadran diski
mirror disc
ayna diski
multi disc program
Çoklu Disk Programı
multiple disc clutch
(Otomotiv) çok diskli kavrama
muscular disc
(Tıp) kas diski
outer synchromesh disc
(Otomotiv) dış senkromeç disk
rear rotor (disc)
(Otomotiv) arka rotor (disk)
reinforcing disc
takviye diski
rim disc
jant diski
sealing disc
salmastra diski
sealing disc
conta diski
select disc
(Bilgisayar) diski seç
select disc
(Bilgisayar) film diski seç
select disc
(Bilgisayar) disk seç
slipped disc
(Tıp) belfıtığı
slipped disc
kaymış disk
slipped disc
omur kayması
spacer disc
ara disk
spinning disc
döner disk
supporting disc
diskli suport
throttle disc
gaz kelebeği diski
twin disc clutch
çift disk kavraması
valve disc
supap diski
Türkçe - Türkçe

disc teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

DİSK
Devrimci İşçi Sendikaları Konfederasyonu
disk
İnce ve çapı oldukça büyük teker şeklinde parça
disk
Omurları birbirine birleştiren ana madde
disk
Gramofon plağı
disk
Omur
disk
Gramofon
disk
Disk atmada kullanılan, erkekler için 2, kadınlar için 1 kg ağırlığında, genellikle metal bir çember ile çevrelenmiş tahta ağırşak
İngilizce - İngilizce
A thin, flat, circular plate or similar object

A coin is a disc of metal.

A vinyl phonograph / gramophone record

Turn the disc over, after it has finished.

Something resembling a disc

Venus' disc cut off light from the Sun.

An intervertebral disc
A metal disk covered with a magnetic recording material Each platter contains a number of circular recording tracks AKA "Platter"
Made of metal, it is connected to the wheel and rotates with the wheel The disc provides a smooth surface for the brake pads to rub against When the brakes are applied, the brake pads are forced to rub against the disc; this friction causes the wheel to slow and eventually stop
An abbreviation for discount
a flat circular plate
See: Domestic International Sales Corporation
A disc is one of the thin, circular pieces of cartilage which separates the bones in your back. I had slipped a disc and was frozen in a spasm of pain. see also disk, compact disc, slipped disc. Variant of disk. discount. digital versatile disc digital video disc compact disc read only memory compact disc disc jockey
A generic name for optical recording media (as opposed to "disk" which refers to magnetic recording media)
another term for optic nerve head, found at the back of the eye where nerve fibers exit the eye to form the optic nerve
Apparently, CD-ROMs are 'Discs', hard drives and floppies are 'Disks' I think there should be some elaboration on this I think this is silly In my book, a disk is a round, flat thing, a 'Disc' is a round flat thing attempting to look sophisticated
The tough, elastic structure that is between the bodies of spinal vertebrae The disc consists of an outer annulus fibrosus enclosing an inner nucleus pulposus
Domestic international sales corporation
Digital International Switching Centre
Optical storage media (CD, DVD, and video disc)
Same as Disk
Term used to describe optical storage media (laserdisc, compact disc)
The spelling disk is also used in American English, mainly for meaning 1
Flat, round material between the spinal vertebrae which provide a cushion-like support against shock
(n ) An optical disc, as opposed to a magnetic disk, in keeping with the common spelling used in the CD (compact disc) market; for example, a CD-ROM is an optical disc See also disk
Domestic international sales corporation (see Chapter 11)
A disc is a flat, circular shape or object. Most shredding machines are based on a revolving disc fitted with replaceable blades
the cartilaginous pad between the bones of the spinal column
It may be a floppy disk, or it may be a hard disk Either way, it is a magnetic storage medium on which data is digitally stored May also refer to a CD-ROM
Nonmagnetic data storage medium using laser technology for writing and reading information By convention, optical discs (laser based) are denoted by the word "disc"; magnetic floppy and hard disks are denoted by the word "disk"
{i} disk; phonograph record (Archaic); compact disc; flat circular object; circular object covered in magnetic material and used for storing computer data (Computers); central part of a flower head; (Anatomy) flat round cartilage structure in the skeleton of a person or animal separating vertebraes in the spine; (Biology) circular structure in plants or animals (as blood disk); discus, round metal disc which is thrown in athletic competitions; (Agriculture) circular steel blade having a sharp edge used on a plow or disk harrow
This spelling always refers to a CD-ROM or compact-disc
A circle together with its interior
Front plate of a sprayer nozzle having a central orifice
A circular blank fabricated from plate, sheet or foil from which a central concentric area has been removed
Domestic international sales corporation Discrepancy - Letter of credit - When documents presented do not conform to the letter of credit it is referred to as a discrepancy
A flat round plate A circular structure either in plants or animals; as, a blood disc, a germinal disc, etc
(computer science) a memory device consisting of a flat disk covered with a magnetic coating on which information is stored
something with a round shape like a flat circular plate
sound recording consisting of a disc with continuous grooves; formerly used to reproduce music by rotating while a phonograph needle tracked in the grooves
= HEGIS Discipline Code used for national and CSU reporting
This spelling of the word disk is often used when referring to optical discs such as compact discs
disc brake
A type of brake where the friction is produced by brake pads which are pressed against a disk
disc brakes
plural form of disc brake
disc drive
Alternative spelling of disk drive
disc drives
plural form of disc drive
disc jockey
A person who plays and mixes music, usually pre-recorded, at nightclubs, over the radio, and/or as a backup musician for spoken word, or hip hop performers. Abbreviated as DJ or deejay
disc jockeys
plural form of disc jockey
disc-tongued frog
painted frog
disc brake
The disc brake or disk brake is a device for slowing or stopping the rotation of a wheel while it is in motion
disc brake
A brake in which the friction is caused by a set of pads that press against a rotating disk
disc brakes
brakes that work by two hard surfaces pressing against a disc in the centre of a car wheel
disc brakes
(Otomotiv) A brake system, that looks a lot like traditional bicycle brakes, that applies caliper pressure against a disk on wheels ( called rotors) to stop a car. Older cars have disc brakes on the front wheels and drum brakes on the rear wheels. Many of the new cars have disc brakes on all four wheels
disc harrow
Variant of disk harrow
disc harrow
{i} harrow supplied with a number of sharp metal disks on edge at an angle on one or more axles
disc harrow
disk harrow: a harrow with a series of disks set on edge at an angle
disc jockey
one who conducts a radio program of recorded music
disc jockey
disc jock·ey disc jockeys in AM, also use disk jockey A disc jockey is someone who plays and introduces CDs on the radio or at a disco. = DJ. An announcer who presents and comments on popular recorded music, especially on the radio; a DJ. DJ someone whose job is to play the music on a radio show or in a club where you can dance. Person who plays recorded music on radio or television or at a nightclub or other live venue. Disc jockey programs became the economic base of many radio stations in the U.S. after World War II. The format generally involves one person, the disc jockey, introducing and playing phonograph records and chatting informally, usually extemporaneously, in the intervals. Because popular DJs are in a position to influence public tastes, record companies have sometimes attempted to bribe them with money and gifts, known as "payola
disc jockey
a person who announces and plays popular recorded music
disc on key
{i} (Computers) disk-on-key, USB drive, flash drive, Plug and Play compact mobile device that uses flash memory and is light enough to carry on a key chain
disc-
Variant of disco-
digital video disc
{i} DVD, very high-capacity digital optical disk (originally the DVD, like CD, was marketed for entertainment and later for computer users); device on which such disks can be played
Blu-ray Disc
An optical disc storage medium used for data and video, introduced in 2006, having the same physical dimensions as a CD or DVD but greater storage capacity
Flexi disc
A phonograph record, made of a thin vinyl sheet with a moulded spiral stylus groove, produced between 1960 and 2000 and sometimes used as a means of including audio material with books and magazines
abrasive disc
a disc of abrasive material that rotates in a tool such as a sander
accretion disc
Alternative spelling of accretion disk
disk
A vinyl phonograph/gramophone record

Turn the disk over, after it has finished.

disk
A floppy disk - removable magnetic medium or a hard disk - fixed, persistent digital storage

He still uses floppy disks from 1979.

germinal disc
Alternative form of germinal disk
hard disc
Alternative spelling of hard disk
hard disc drive
Alternative spelling of hard disk drive
imaginal disc
Any of several pairs of discs within the body of a larva that become part of the outside during pupal transformation
intervertebral disc
A disc between the vertebra in the spine
optic disc
The location where ganglion cell axons exit the eye to form the optic nerve
optical disc
A modern data storage medium consisting of a flat disc read mechanically by illumination with laser light. Various formats include the Laserdisc, compact disc, DVD, and Blu-ray
parking disc
A device placed inside a parked vehicle, indicating either the time of its arrival, or its legitimacy to park in a specified place
protoplanetary disc
an accretion disc surrounding a T Tauri star; thought to be the progenitor of a planetary system
slot-loading disc drive
A feed drive
disk
{n} a quoit, the face of the sun, moon
embryonic disc
(Tıp, İlaç) the part of the inner cell mass of a blastocyst from which the embryo of a placental mammal develops ― called also embryonic shield
embryonic disc
(Tıp, İlaç) a.) BLASTODISC b.) BLASTODERM
prolapsed disc
(Tıp, İlaç) Prolapsed intervertebral disc, slipped disc
spinal disc herniation
(Tıp, İlaç) A spinal disc herniation, incorrectly called a "slipped disc", is a medical condition affecting the spine, in which a tear in the outer, fibrous ring (annulus fibrosus) of an intervertebral disc allows the soft, central portion (nucleus pulposus) to bulge out. This tear in the disc ring may result in the release of inflammatory chemical mediators which may directly cause severe pain, even in the absence of nerve root compression. This is the rationale for the use of anti-inflammatory treatments for pain associated with disc herniation, protrusion, bulge, or disc tear
Mini Disc
a very small, round disk that is used for recording music
cervical disc syndrome
an abnormal condition resulting from compression of spinal nerve roots in the neck region; involves neck pains and muscular weakness and paresthesia
compact disc
An optical disc on which data is encoded OCLC CatCD for Windows stores the Authority File and subsets of records from WorldCat on compact discs The subsets of records are for subject categories, for example, law or medicine
compact disc
Compact Disc An impact resistant, transparent, polycarbonate plastic disc with a highly reflective vaporized aluminum surface using a digitally quided laser beam
compact disc
small disk used for storing computerized information (i.e. computer programs, music, etc.)
compact disc
com·pact disc compact discs in AM, also use compact disk Compact discs are small shiny discs that contain music or computer information. The abbreviation CD is also used. CD a small circular piece of hard plastic on which high-quality recorded sound or large quantities of information can be stored. Molded plastic disc containing digital data that is scanned by a laser beam for the reproduction of recorded sound or other information. Since its commercial introduction in 1982, the audio CD has become the dominant format for high-fidelity recorded music. Digital audio data can be converted to analog form to reproduce the original audio signal (see digital-to-analog conversion). Coinvented by Philips Electronics and Sony Corp. in 1980, the compact disc has expanded beyond audio recordings into other storage-and-distribution uses, notably for computers (CD-ROM) and entertainment systems (videodisc and DVD). An audio CD can store just over an hour of music. A CD-ROM can contain up to 680 megabytes of computer data. A DVD, the same size as traditional CDs, is able to store up to 17 gigabytes of data, such as high-definition digital video files
compact disc
an optical disk, 4 3/4 inches (120 mm ) in diameter, on which program data, music, etc is digitally encoded for a laser beam to scan, decode, and transmit to a playback system, computer monitor, or television set
compact disc
an optical storage device capable of holding up to 650 MB
compact disc
A music disc holding stereo audio signals, coded with 44,100 samples/sec x 16 bits x 2 channels yielding a bit rate of 1 4Mbits/sec, a higher bit rate than used by Dolby Digital coding, but the same as the DTS bit rate
compact disc
An audio disc on which sound is recorded digitally 5 3a, 14 2
compact disc
A small optical disk with digital audio recorded on it
compact disc
– Synonym of compact disc read only memory
compact disc
Widely used optical disk format
compact disc
A thin metal disc used to digitally store data (such as music, images, or programs) for playback See also CD-ROM
compact disc
a digitally encoded recording on an optical disk that is smaller than a phonograph record; played back by a laser
compact disc
This describes the media used by CD-ROM players The data on a compact disc are encoded as a series of dips and raised areas These two states represent binary data the same number system used by microprocessors The CD-ROM player shines a laser beam onto the surface of the disc and measures the light that is reflected back The intensity of the light that is reflected back enables the player to distinguish individual binary digits See CD-ROM
compact disc player
a CD player
computer output to laser disc
(Computers) storage of data on optical discs (i.e. CD-ROMs), COLD
disc jockey
{i} deejay
discs
plural of disc
disk
A storage medium consisting of a spinning disk coated with magnetic material for recording digital information
disk
A vinyl phonograph / gramophone record
disk
a flat circular plate something with a round shape like a flat circular plate
disk
The lower side of the body of some invertebrates, especially when used for locomotion, when it is often called a creeping disk
disk
A storage system for computers There are two types of disks (not discs ) in common use on computers: Floppy and Hard Floppy disks are the limited storage devices used to initally boot up your computer, and used by many as a convient way to loose data and spread viruses The name "Floppy" comes from the flexible mylar used as a backing for the magnetic material, whereas hard disks use ridgid aluminum platters Many people mistakenly consider the 3 5" floppies "Hard disks" because of their "hard" shell surrounding the media, compared to the old 5 25" and 8" floppies, which were very clearly floppy This is incorrect, but understandable if you have never shreaded a 3 5" disk to see the guts
disk
A two-dimensional surface defined by an origin (that is, the center of the disk) and two vectors that define the major and minor radii of the disk Defined by the TQ3DiskData data type
disk
draw a harrow over (land)
disk
A part of the receptacle enlarged or expanded under, or around, or even on top of, the pistil
disk
This spelling refers to any disk-based storage media, such as your computer's hard drive, a floppy-disk, and other storage media like Syquest or Zip cartridges
disk
In owls, the space around the eyes
disk
The anterior surface or oral area of cœlenterate animals, as of sea anemones
disk
A thin, flat, circular plate or similar object
disk
1) A round flat object (usually housed in a protective sleeve) coated with material that can be magnetized in a similar manner to tape 2) Any round flat object capable of storing audio signals (digital or analog) or digital data, including phonograph records and compact discs
disk
When referring to the sun, it is the visible hemisphere
disk
Rotating magnetic media which supports direct or random access; cf floppy disk, hard disk
disk
A circular metal platter or mylar diskette with magnetic material on both sides that stores programs and data Disks are rotated continuously so that read/write heads mounted on movable or fixed arms can read or write programs or data to and from the disk See also floppy disk, hard disk
disk
(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 ]
disk
A medium for storing information Information stored on a disk remains there even when you turn your computer off, unlike information stored in memory (RAM) A floppy disk can be inserted and removed from a floppy disk drive, whereas a hard disk is permanently mounted inside its drive
disk
A circular structure either in plants or animals; as, a blood disk; germinal disk, etc
disk
A disk is a circular-shaped material with a magnetic coating that can be used for storing data Most microcomputers have two types of disks: floppy disks and hard disks (hard drives) Floppy disks can be removed from the computer, while most hard drives are not removable
disk
The circular figure of a celestial body, as seen projected of the heavens
disk
A disk, or floppy disk, is small, square, and about the size of a baseball card It's usually made from plastic and metal, and you can keep information on it If you are listening to a song on the radio and want to save it for later, you might use a cassette to tape the song A disk works in a similar way, but with your computer
disk
The whole surface of a leaf
disk
A flat, circular plate; as, a disk of metal or paper
disk
Magnetic medium on which a computer stores information Disks include hard disk, floppy disk, removable disks, etc
disk
The central part of a radiate compound flower, as in sunflower
disk
The surface of the Sun or other celestial body projected against the sky
disk
sound recording consisting of a disc with continuous grooves; formerly used to reproduce music by rotating while a phonograph needle tracked in the grooves
disk
something with a round shape like a flat circular plate
disk
Something resembling a disk
disk
{i} flat circular object; circular object of covered in magnetic material and used for storing computer data (Computers); central part of a flower head; (Anatomy) flat round cartilage structure in the skeleton of a person or animal separating vertebraes in the spine; (Biology) circular structure in plants or animals (as blood disk); discus, round metal disc which is thrown in athletic competitions; (Agriculture) circular steel blade having a sharp edge used on a plow or disk harrow
disk
An electromagnetic storage medium for digital data
disk
Magnetic storage media (floppy disk or hard disk)
disk
A disc - either a CD-ROM, an audio CD, a DVD or similar removable storage medium
disk
In computing, a thin disk coated with magnet material, on which information can be recorded Sometimes spelled disc
disk
A discus; a quoit
disk
The rotating platter on which data is stored in a hard drive It consists of a thin, ridged substrate of metal or glass on which is deposited a thin layer of magnetic material
disk
A magnetic storage medium A disk is round and flat and functions a bit like a cassette tape does - by permanently storing files and information that you can use or play back later
disk
now a 3-1/2" flexible magnetic platter onto which data can be stored, contained within a rigid plastic case, earlier floppy disks were 5-1/4" or 8" and contained within a cardboard cover
disk
The visible surface of the Sun (or any heavenly body) projected against the sky
disk
In a computer, the disk is the part where information is stored. The program takes up 2.5 megabytes of disk space. see also disk drive, floppy disk, hard disk
disk
Magnetic medium for data storage; see floppy disk and hard disk (Compare with disc )
disk
(computer science) a memory device consisting of a flat disk covered with a magnetic coating on which information is stored
disk
a flat circular plate
disk
A round, flat plastic or metal object, coated with a magnetic material, on which digital information can be recorded Compare with: disc See also: floppy disk, hard drive, disk (Webopedia)
disk
(n ) A round platter, or set of platters, of a magnetized medium organized into concentric tracks and sectors for storing data such as files See also disc
disk
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 Generally it is possible to write new information to a disk in addition to reading data from it, but this is not always the case
floppy disc
small and flexible disc for storing computer data, magnetic disc for the computer
hard disc
A high capacity storage device inside your PC Often known as drive C: although many computers may also have a drive D
hard disc
a rigid magnetic disk mounted permanently in a drive unit
hard disc
Fast storage device where programs are stored See also IDE, EIDE & SCSI
hard disc
rigid, not easily bent The hard drive disks are made from machined aluminum and have a similar magnetic coating painted on them that the floppy disk has
hard disc
The component in a computer used to store all the programmes and files you create Most modern hard discs have large storage space of 10 Giga bites or more
hard disc
a storage device usually found inside the PC
herniated disc
The nucleus of a lumbar disc oozes out of the center of the disk, pressing against a nerve causing severe pain, after the annulus of the disk ruptures
herniated disc
The nucleus (or inner ring) of a disc is comprised of soft, spongy matter That enables it to absorb the shock of running, walking and movement in general A disc is herniated when the soft, spongy matter is forced out of the center of the disc into the spinal canal A herniated disc is painful because that escaped matter presses against one or more spinal nerves Other words for herniated are slipped, prolapsed, and ruptured
herniated disc
A disc that is displaced from its position between two vertebrae, with injury to the annular ligament
herniated disc
Extrusion of part of the nucleus pulposus material through a defect in the annulus fibrosus
herniated disc
Also called a herniated nucleus pulposus (HNP), disc rupture or a disc prolapse
herniated disc
displacement of the disc (the shock-absorbing pad of tissue between each vertebra) which then pushes against a nerve causing leg and back pain or arm and neck pain
herniated disc
a painful rupture of the fibrocartilage of the disc between spinal vertebrae; occurs most often in the lumbar region
herniated disc
{i} slipped disc, painful rupture in the tissue which separates the vertebral bones of the spinal column
intervertebral disc
This is the soft tissue found between the bones of the spinal column, (i e , the vertebrae) They help cushion the spine from everyday stress (i e , running, walking, jumping, etc ) Through improper posture (i e , bending forward at the waist and twisting), discs can wear out (degenerate) This can lead to the condition known commonly by the laymen, as a "slipped disc", or a disc herniation
intervertebral disc
a fibrocartilaginous disc serving as a cushion between all of the vertebrae of the spinal column (except between the first two)
intervertebral disc
These comprise the spine and are made up of two distinct components: The annulus fibrosus forming the retaining wall for the nucleus pulposus
intervertebral disc
disc that forms a cartilaginous joint between the vertebrae to provide shock absorption
intervertebral disc
The disc forms a cartilaginous joint between the vertebral bodies, providing extremely efficient shock absorption Made up of the annulus fibrosis, nucleus pulposus and the cartilage end plates Research implies the disc is the most commonly damaged structure, being the most common cause of lumbar spine disorders
intervertebral disc
An intervertebral disc is the flexible plate of fibrocartilage that connects any two adjacent vertebrae in the backbone or spine
intervertebral disc
Fibrocartilaginous disc found between all the vertebrae of the spinal column, except the first two (the axis and the atlas)
intervertebral disc
disc that forms a cartilaginous joint between the vertebral bodies, to provide shock absorption
laser disc
A disc on which sound and visual images are recorded
laser disc
a disc that has video images encoded into it and read by a laser Similar to the storage of digital audio information on a compact disc (CD)
laser disc
A disc that is recorded with sound and pictures and read on a laser disc player by a laser beam
laser disc
A disc that is recorded with sound and pictures and read on a laserdisc player by a laser beam
laser disc
A laser disc is a shiny flat disc which can be played on a machine which uses lasers to convert signals on the disc into television pictures and sound of a very high quality
magnetic disc
device for storing computer data and accessing random access memory
optic disc
{i} (Anatomy) optic disk, point where the optic nerve joins the retina, area in the retina of the eye which is not sensitive to light
optical disc
high-capacity storage medium for storing computer data which is read and written by lasers
picture disc
A phonograph record that has a picture displayed on the vinyl of one or both sides
slipped disc
If you have a slipped disc, you have a bad back because one of the discs in your spine has moved out of its proper position. slipped disk a painful injury caused when one of the connecting parts between the bones in your back moves out of place
slipped disc
{i} painful rupture in the tissue which separates the vertebral bones of the spinal column
tax disc
In Britain, a tax disc is a small round piece of paper displayed on cars and motorcycles which proves that the owner has paid road tax. a small round piece of paper on a car windscreen in Britain that shows the driver has paid road tax
Türkçe - İngilizce

disc teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

disk
disc

When he was a student, he went to the disco only once. - Öğrenci olduğu zamanlar diskoya sadece bir kez gitti.

When she was a student, she used to go to the disco often. - O öğrenciyken, sık sık diskoya giderdi.

disk
wheel
disk
pane
disk
sheet
disk
(Bilgisayar) hard disk

Tom is using an external hard disk. - Tom harici bir hard disk kullanıyor.

I erased my hard disk by accident. - Kazayla hard diskimi sildim.

disk
pulley
disk
discus
DİSK
Confederation of Revolutionary Trade Unions
disk
{i} roundel
disk
dasd
disk
(phonograph) record
disk
comp., mech. disk
disk
hard disk , disk
disk
sports discus
disk
discus; disc, disk
disk
clutch plate
disk
(Anatomi) disc
disk
disk
disc