a device used to store digital data or information, as a hard disk or CD.
a piece of computer equipment, such as a magnetic tape, disk, etc, in or on which data and instructions can be stored, usually in binary form
A hardware device, such as a CD-ROM or hard disk in a computer, used to record and store data.
noun, Pathology. 1. a metabolic disorder characterized by excessive storage in certain cells of normal metabolic intermediates, as fats, iron, and carbohydrates. storage disease n. Any of various metabolic disorders usually caused by a congenital enzyme deficiency and characterized by the accumulation of a specific substance, such as a lipid or protein, within tissues.
noun 1. a village in SE New York, on the Hudson: site of a strategic fort in the Revolutionary War.
noun, Plant Pathology. 1. a disease of pears, caused by a virus and characterized by deformed, pitted fruit.
noun 1. any of various meteorites composed mainly of rock-forming silicates, especially olivine, plagioclase, and pyroxene, and classified as achondrites or chondrites. stony meteorite noun 1. a meteorite composed mainly of silicates stony meteorite See under meteorite.