Translation of disc in Spanish:

disc

Pronunciation: /dɪsk/

n

  • 1 (especially British English/especialmente inglés británico) disk
  • 2
    (parking disc)
    (British English/inglés británico) [Transport/Transporte] disco (masculine) (de estacionamiento) (before noun/delante del nombre) disc zonezona donde es obligatorio el uso del disco de estacionamiento zona (feminine) azul (Spain/España)
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    • What strikes the human eye is the uniquely singular soaring roof, shaped like a slanted disc, which also appears to be in the form of the rising sun.
    • The Irish milliner, celebrated for his daring designs, has produced a seat large enough for two people in the shape of a large disc with an indentation.
    • The once-in-a-lifetime event takes place when Venus passes through the disc of Sun and appears like a small spot moving slowly across the Sun when viewed from the Earth.

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