laserdisc

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laserdisc

(ˈleɪzəˌdɪsk) or

laserdisk

n
(Computer Science) a disk similar in size to a long-playing record, on which data is stored in pits in a similar way to data storage on a compact disc, used esp for storing high-quality video
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