downloadable content: additional content that can be purchased online and added on to a video game, as to enhance its features: If you buy the DLC, you’ll have access to the new weapon packs.I had more fun playing the DLC than the game itself.: See also expansion (def. 9).
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How to use DLC in a sentence
Democrats faced accusations about the party being divided, and the DLC and DNC (Democratic National Committee) were often at odds.
The DLC spoke to, and for, a Democratic rank and file that was considerably more moderate than party establishment.The Bill Clinton and DLC Model For Reinventing the Republican Party | Will Marshall | March 14, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Someone will start a centrist Republican Leadership Council, just as people started the centrist DLC back in 1985.Michael Tomasky: Could Obama Be Headed for a Landslide? | Michael Tomasky | December 13, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
Liberals lost, as the DLC-ified White House agreed to huge cuts in domestic spending.
But stylistically the DLC could not have been further from the new zeitgeist.