disco
(pl discos)
[ˈdɪskəʊ]
sustantivo
1. discoteca (f)

disco [dis-kou]
sustantivo
1. Discoteca, disco.

disco [ˈdɪskəʊ]
abbreviation
discotheque disco (f); discoteca (f)
modifier
disco dancing (n) baile (m) de música disco
disco music (n) música (f) disco

disco
masculine noun
1. disk (anatomy, Astron & Geom)
  • disco solar -> the sun
2. record (de música)
  • ser como un disco rayado (informal figurative) -> to go on like a cracked record
  • disco compacto -> compact disk
  • disco de éxito -> hit (record)
  • disco de larga duración -> LP, long-playing record
3. (traffic) light (semáforo)
4. discus (sport)
5. disk (computing)
  • disco de arranque/del sistema -> startup/system disk
  • disco duro/flexible -> hard/floppy disk
  • disco magnético -> magnetic disk
  • disco óptico -> optical disk
  • disco removible/rígido -> removable/hard disk
  • disco virtual -> virtual disk
6. dial (del teléfono)
feminine noun
7. disco (informal) (discoteca)

disco [dees’-co]
noun
1. Disk, a round piece of iron thrown in the ancient sports; a quoit. (m)
  • Disco volante -> flying saucer
2. Face of the sun or moon, as it appears to the eye. (m)
3. A plate of glass, of circular form, which serves for an electric machine, etc. Disco de larga duración, long-playing record. (m)
  • Disco de marcar -> dial
4. A cylinder whose base is very large as compared with its height: as the telescope lens. (m)
5. A railway signal-disk, semaphore. (m)
6. Disco de arranque, boot disk. (Computer) (m)
  • Disco duro; disco flexible, floppy disk, diskette, floppy; disc -> virtual, RAM disk
  • Disco grabable -> writable disk
  • Disco magnético desmontable -> removable magnetic disk
  • Disco óptico digital -> digital optical disk
  • Disco WORM -> WORM disk (Write Once Read Many s)
  • Disco de Winchester -> Winchester disk
noun
1. Disco (sala de baile). (f)

disco
1 (Música) record
siempre está con el mismo disco no cambia de disco he's like a cracked record (familiar)
disco compacto compact disc
disco de larga duración long-playing record
disco de oro golden disc
disco de plata silver disc
El compositor polaco viajaba Londres para someterse a los rituales de reconocimiento público del éxito: la entrega de un [disco de oro] y otro [de plata,] correspondientes respectivamente a ventas de 100.000 y 60.000 copias de una grabación.
disco de platino platinum disc
disco microsurco long-playing record
disco sencillo single
2 (Informática) disk
disco de arranque startup disk; boot disk
disco de cabeza fija fixed-head disk
disco duro hard disk
disco fijo hard disk
disco flexible disco floppy floppy disk
disco magnético magnetic disk
disco óptico optical disk
disco rígido hard disk
disco virtual virtual disk
3 (Dep) discus
4 (señal) (Ferro) signal
disco rojo red light
disco verde green light
5
disco de freno (Automóviles) brake disc
6 (Telec) dial
7
disco volante flying saucer
disco
(discoteca) disco

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