[hahrd-kuhv-er] /ˈhɑrdˈkʌv ər/
a book bound in cloth, leather, or the like, over stiff material:
Hardcovers are more durable than paperbacks.
bound in cloth, leather, or the like, over stiff material:
a hardcover series.
noting or pertaining to hardcover books:
- Hard crash
programming When a program stops running completely and unexpectedly, often due to external events, e.g. the CPU overheating or an unrecoverable memory error. See also disk crash. (2009-07-01)
noun 1. money that is backed by gold reserves and is readily convertible into foreign currencies.
noun, Australian Informal. 1. hard work; a difficult task.
- Hard disk drive
storage (HDD) A disk drive used to read and write hard disks. (1995-03-14)