CD-RW


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CD-RW

abbr.
compact disk-rewritable

CD-RW

n
(Electronics) compact disc rewritable; a compact disc that can be used to record and rerecord

CD-RW


n.
a compact disc onto which data can be written multiple times.
[1995–2000; C(ompact) D(isc)-R(e)W(ritable)]
Translations

CD-RW

[ˌsiːdiːɑːrˈdʌbəljuː] nCD-RW m
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It works with both CD-R and CD-RW media, has two CD drives so you can make CD copies and has a host of playback features, including pitch and tempo control.
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Rainier format, which enables native OS support of data storage on PlexWriter CD-RW drives," said Howard Wing, vice president of sales and marketing for Plextor.
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