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CDR

abbr.
commander

Cdr

abbreviation for
(Military) Commander

Cdr.

or CDR,

Commander.

CD-R


n.
a compact disc onto which data can be written but not erased or modified.
[1985–90; C(ompact) D(isc)-R(ecordable)]
Translations

Cdr

abbr (=commander) → CdtCD rack nrange-CD mCD recorder ngraveur m de CD
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