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    Default A clean CD

    If you have a compact disk with no recordings, is it a "clean" CD? If it already has as many recordings as it can hold, is it "full"? If it already has some files on it, is it a "burnt" CD? What are some other very common words about CDs?
    If I were a native speaker of English, I would never shut up. :-)

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    Default Re: A clean CD

    It's a blank CD until you record something onto it.
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