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noun
a small metal or plastic wheel with raised, fully formed letter, numbers, and symbols on the tips of petallike spokes: used as the printing element in a type of electronic typewriter or computer printer (daisy wheel printer ).
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Also called printwheel.

Origin of daisy wheel

First recorded in 1975–80
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British Dictionary definitions for daisy wheel

daisywheel
/ (ˈdeɪzɪˌwiːl) /

noun
computing a component of a computer printer in the shape of a wheel with many spokes that prints characters using a disk with characters around the circumference as the print elementAlso called: printwheel
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