high-density

[hahy-den-si-tee]
adjective
1.
having a high concentration: entering a high-density market with a new product; high-density lipoprotein.
2.
Computers. (of a disk) having a large capacity for data storage: high-density DVDs.

Origin:
1950–55

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high-density
 
adj
computing (of a floppy disk) having a relatively high storage capacity, usually of 1.44 megabytes

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Example sentences
But it is also striking to see so many new low-cost, high-density housing estates.
The evenly dispersed particles each have several high-density coatings on them.
Low-cost economics rely on servicing high-density, short-haul routes.
Nanotechnology efforts may provide major breakthroughs in compact, high-density energy storage.
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