American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal Variant of mike.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of Micah, a book of the Old Testament.
- n. Microphone.
- v. transitive and intransitive, music To put one or microphones on or in; to use or place a microphone.
- 1961 mic. Abbreviation and alteration of microphone. (Wiktionary)
“The man with the mic is an Azeri who is leaving for a year in the States via scholarship funds.”
“April 17th, 2010 1: 14 pm ET the fact that the gop lets an idiot like kant-error anywhere near an open mic is proof that they shouldn't be taken seriously as a party ...”
“His approach to the mic is greeted with screams – "What a superstar", I think, "come on, Monty", as he tells us about his many years of experience earned playing in eight Ryder Cups.”
“But if your gadget giftee listens to their jams on a smartphone, headphones with a built-in microphone are a no-brainer, and the Klipsch Image S2m headset with mic is the way to go.”
“He offers this advice for other aspiring comics with disabilities: If you can't stand up for yourself, sit up for yourself, and if you can't do that, make sure the mic is wired to your bed.”
“I really thought I'd get to ask my question, but looks like the mic is moving away from my area of the hall.”
“The built-in mic records up to 125 hours of audio, which you can later transfer to a PC for transcription.”
“It was recorded onto a miniharddrive recorder with built in mic's (gotta get me one of those things) and was edited a bit by one of our fabulous baritones - but that is it ... and it sounds just as good as a professionally engineered recording (in mp3 format).”
“Once the mic is lowered ( "It's pathetic to be so short," Lynne says), she reads an excerpt from American Genius, A Comedy.”
“The USB mic is okay but inferior in quality to the proper professional audio mic that the radio station has given me to use.”
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