disc brake definition

  • noun:
    • A brake where the rubbing is caused by a couple of shields that hit against a rotating disk.
    • A type of braking system where the friction is generated by braking system pads which are pressed against a disk.
    • hydraulic braking system for which rubbing is applied to both sides of a spinning disk by the braking system pads
    • A brake in which the rubbing is caused by a set of shields that hit against a rotating disk.
    • A type of brake where in actuality the friction is produced by braking system shields which are pressed against a disk.
    • hydraulic brake which rubbing is put on both edges of a spinning disk because of the braking system shields
    • A brake when the friction is due to a couple of pads that press against a rotating disk.
    • a kind of brake where in fact the rubbing is created by braking system pads that are pressed against a disk.
    • hydraulic brake which rubbing is placed on both edges of a spinning disk because of the brake shields

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