DVD-RAM • n. a blank DVD on which data, including music and movies, can be permanently recorded and read using the DVD-RAM format. A DVD-RAM discs can be recorded over many times, but will only play back in a DVD-RAM drive. ∎ a format for recordable DVDs used by some companies.See usage note at DVD.
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