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Winchester

adjective Win·ches·ter \ˈwin-ˌches-tər\

Definition of WINCHESTER

:  relating to or being computer disk technology that permits high-density storage by sealing the rigid metal disks within the disk drive mechanism as protection against dust

Origin of WINCHESTER

from the code name used by the original developer
First Known Use: 1973

Winchester

geographical name Win·ches·ter \ˈwin-ˌches-tər, -chəs-tər\

Definition of WINCHESTER

1
city N Virginia pop 26,203
2
city S England of Hampshire pop 30,642

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