a combining form extracted from hard-core and used especially to form words that name a rebellious, antimainstream lifestyle, social movement, type of music, etc.: emocore; queercore.
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n combining form
indicating a type of popular musicdancecore
adj combining form
indicating the number of processing units working in parallel in a computerdual-core
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