noun \ˌdē-(ˌ)vē-ˈdē\

: a computer disk that contains a large amount of information (such as a movie); also : a movie that is recorded on a DVD

Full Definition of DVD

:  a high-capacity optical disk format; also :  an optical disk using such a format and containing especially a video recording (as a movie) or computer data

Examples of DVD

  1. The movie just came out on DVD.
  2. Do you want to pick up a few DVDs for the weekend?

Origin of DVD

digital video disc
First Known Use: 1993


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