[dvahn-dvah, dvuhn-dvuh] /ˈdvɑn dvɑ, ˈdvʌn dvə/
a compound word neither element of which is subordinate to the other, as bittersweet, Anglo-Saxon.
a class of compound words consisting of two elements having a coordinate relationship as if connected by and
a compound word of this type, such as Austro-Hungarian, tragicomic
digital video broadcasting
[dvah-per-uh yoo g-uh] /ˈdvɑ pər ə ˈyʊg ə/ noun, Hinduism. 1. the third of the , not as good as the Treta Yuga but better than the Kali Yuga.
- Dv cartridge
games (Digital Video?) A plug-in circuit cartridge required by some games consoles in order to play MPEG video material. (1994-11-02)
1. an optical disk that can store a very large amount of digital data, as text, music, or images. abbreviation 1. digital versatile or digital video disk: an optical disk used to store audio, video, or computer data, esp feature films for home viewing 1995, initialism from Digital Video Disc, later changed to Digital Versatile […]