How DAC works

can someone please explain me in simple words that what is dac and how it works?
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Michael-BestCommented:
A DAC is a circuit that converts digital audio into an analog equivalent.
This process is like an endless conveyer belt with empty jugs on it, moving by a filling station. The size of the jug is fixed, the rate they pass by is determined by the sampling rate. The goal of the DAC is to fill each jug  with digital audio to the correct level specified by the audio.
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