DDR

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DDR (plural DDRs)

  1. (electronics) Initialism of Double Data Rate.
  2. (computing) Double data rate computer RAM.
  3. (historical) East Germany (from German DDR, initialism of Deutsche Demokratische Republik)

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  • (double data rate (computer)): 2DR
  • (East Germany): GDR

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from German DDR.

Proper noun[edit]

DDR

  1. Synonym of Østtyskland

Dutch[edit]

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DDR f

  1. Initialism of Duitse Democratische Republiek. (German Democratic Republic, GDR)

German[edit]

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DDR f (genitive DDR)

  1. Initialism of Deutsche Demokratische Republik. (German Democratic Republic); the GDR.

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