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DVD

Definitions

abbreviation for

  1. digital versatile or digital video disk: an optical disk used to store audio, video, or computer data, esp feature films for home viewing

Translations for 'DVD'

  • British English: DVDPronunciation for DVD A DVD is a disc similar to a compact disc on which a film or music is recorded. DVD is an abbreviation for `digital video disc' or `digital versatile disc'....a DVD player.diː viː diː NOUN
  • Arabic: دي في ديPronunciation for دي في دي
  • Brazilian Portuguese: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • Chinese: DVD光盘Pronunciation for DVD光盘
  • Croatian: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • Czech: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • Danish: dvdPronunciation for dvd
  • Dutch: dvdPronunciation for dvd
  • European Spanish: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • Finnish: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • French: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • German: DVDPronunciation for DVD DVDs
  • Greek: δίσκος DVDPronunciation for δίσκος DVD
  • Italian: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • Japanese: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • Korean: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • Norwegian: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • Polish: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • Portuguese: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • Romanian: DVD DVD-uri
  • Russian: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • Spanish: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • Swedish: DVD-skivaPronunciation for DVD-skiva
  • Thai: ดีวีดีPronunciation for ดีวีดี
  • Turkish: DVDPronunciation for DVD
  • Ukrainian: DVD-диск
  • Vietnamese: đĩa DVDPronunciation for đĩa DVD

Example Sentences Including 'DVD'

'I'm not just talking about the movie,' I said quietly, now turning the DVD player off.
Kavita Daswani EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON (2004)
Called "The Best Comedy DVD in the World "it is hoped that it will raise at least A£1 million.
Liverpool Daily Post and Echo (2005)
Critics ' Choice; The Globe and Mail's guide to the best of arts and entertainment VIDEO/ DVD Liam Lacey ABOUT A BOY.
Globe and Mail (2003)
From beneath the folded raincoat, he produced the portable DVD player that Rosie Chaudhuri had taken to Zurich.
Mark Burnell CHAMELEON (2002)
Meanwhile sales of DVD players have grown seven-fold in the past five years.
Liverpool Daily Post and Echo (2004)
Naturally, the DVD will give us ample opportunity to rewatch all the cool stuff we missed the first time.
Maxim (2004)
Not the running battle she was currently having with Pat about their early-evening DVD entertainment.
Tony Parsons MAN AND WIFE (2002)
Rosie produced a portable DVD player from the bag with a set of earphones.
Mark Burnell CHAMELEON (2002)
The playstation was built into the glove box along with the DVD player.
Irish Times (2002)

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