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disc a phonograph record. [2 definitions]
discard to throw out or away; cast off. [5 definitions]
discardable combined form of discard.
disc brake a brake that operates by use of pressure exerted from two fixed pads against a rotating disc, as in an automobile.
discern to perceive or make out. [3 definitions]
discernable combined form of discern.
discernible able to be perceived or distinguished.
discerning exercising good judgment and discrimination; perceptive.
discernment the act or an instance of discerning. [2 definitions]
discharge to shoot or emit. [17 definitions]
dischargeable combined form of discharge.
discharge tube a device that produces light by means of an electric current discharged in gas or vapor.
disc harrow see disk harrow.
disciple a pupil, adherent, or follower. [2 definitions]
disciplinarian one who supports and imposes strict discipline.
disciplinary of or related to discipline, training, or punishment.
discipline training of the body or mind according to rules or principles. [7 definitions]
disciplined exercising control over one's self and behavior, particularly in the form of regimens of work, training, and the like. [2 definitions]
disc jockey one who plays recorded music and provides commentary over the radio or at an event or venue.
disclaim to deny (as any knowledge of, responsibility for, or connection with). [4 definitions]
disclaimer a denial or repudiation of a claim or connection. [3 definitions]