disc brake


noun Automotive.

  1. a brake system in which a disc attached to a wheel is slowed by the friction of brake pads being pressed against the disc by a caliper.

noun

  1. a type of brake in which two calliper-operated pads rub against a flat disc attached to the wheel hub when the brake is applied

  1. A brake in which friction is caused by a set of pads, usually made of steel, that press against a rotating disk to slow or stop its rotation.

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