Spanish Word for disk  

English Word: disk

Spanish Word: disco
The Spanish Word for disk
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Translated sentences containing 'disk'
Would you install the hard disk?
¿Podría usted instalar el disco duro?
Did you save the file to the floppy disk?
¿Guardaste el archivo al disco floppy?
You need a bigger hard disk.
Usted necesita un disco duro más grande.
You save the file to the floppy disk.
Guardas el archivo al disco floppy.
You do not save the file to the floppy disk.
No guardas el archivo al disco floppy.
Do you save the file to the floppy disk?
¿Guardas el archivo al disco floppy?
You saved the file to the floppy disk.
Guardaste el archivo al disco floppy.
You did not save the file to the floppy disk.
No guardaste el archivo al disco floppy.

I looked at the text on my hard disk again this morning, and I could really use it again, verbatim.
Esta mañana he vuelto a sacar el texto del hard disk y, en realidad, sería igualmente válido.
The fact that tax havens are frequently nothing but hard disk storage space for large European banks here at home must not be ignored.
No se puede ignorar que los oasis fiscales con frecuencia no son otra cosa que memoras de discos duros de grandes bancos europeos aquí entre nosotros.
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