American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Very small or microscopic.
- adj. Basic or small-scale: the economy's performance at the micro level.
- n. A microcomputer.
- n. A microprocessor.
- n. A microbrewery.
- n. A microbrew.
- From micro-. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“This is a bit belated, but you can do the symbol(s) for micrometre ( µm ) like this: &_micro_;m (omit the underscores).”
“The term micro-blogging was used because twitter, the first micro-blogging service, at least to my knowledge, defined it that way.”
“In many respects the term micro-blogging is a bit of a misnomer.”
“As publishers experiment with new or revamped online pricing models they may find that the true value of their original content will give real meaning to the term micro-payment.”
“Stations were moved, Population centers grew up around these stations giving rise to the term micro climate ..”
“The WIMM One's default screen is a watch face and what it calls "micro apps" have been specially designed for the 1.4-inch display.”
“The CBO spent five years preparing for its outsize role as a scorekeeper in the health-care debate this time around, working on what it calls a micro-simulation of the health-insurance market.”
“JOHN KING, CNN CHIEF NATIONAL CORRESPONDENT: Anderson, we've learned that Mayor Bloomberg has asked his pollsters and other political advisors to assemble vast data base of information; voter registration, who might vote for an independent, voter trends, what they call micro-targeting in the polling bases.”
“This is what you call micro unmanned aerial vehicle.”
“JOHN KING, CNN CHIEF NATIONAL CORRESPONDENT: Anderson, we have learned that Mayor Bloomberg has asked his pollsters and other political advisers to assemble a vast database of information, voter registration, who might vote for an independent, voter trends, what they call micro-targeting in the political bases.”
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