American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A microphone.
- v. To supply with or transmit through a microphone.
- n. informal A microphone.
- v. To microphone; to place one or more microphones (mikes) on.
- v. To measure using a micrometer.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. informal A microphone, the device for converting sound waves into electrical energy.
- n. device for converting sound waves into electrical energy
“Pranjal: @Rhonda - use firefox browser, Stop using IE, www. firefox.com Pranjal: @mike - try again as they always say! it will work eventually. mike: I uploaded the 2.1 and still get dropped calls.”
“And this is for a guy who, unlike most CN blogs, has a full RSS feed. miner's post is up, including a quote from adee in which he calls mike a shit stirrer and a stat that CN has 13M pageviews a month (or $65000 a month)”
“If you kept hearing russ limbum and sara palin mike stelle and fox news i hope the repuckiicans go to k mart and buy tissue on sale you will need it to cry on when you get your butt kicked in nouember”
“Im sure mike is contemplating what little he can in his dying stupor.”
“The mike is open. var doubleclick_ad_params = 'wg = 0; wa = 0; wc = US; jid = 2658650;!”
“Makes me wonder if the god of the golden mike is actually a bit more challenged than was already apparent ......”
“Grammy award winner Rod Stewart whispers to Joy Behar during a recent interview, failing to realize that the mike is still on.”
“In his fourth season since NBC created that role, his mike is left open, his headset covers only one ear so he can eavesdrop on the benches, and several teams use the spot in their local broadcasts.”
“James Montgomery Beggs again, lol this should be a happy process keep mike is a little over the top given the past months since the election.”
“Scott, At Homer we went with "Captain mike's Charters" he has a websight also.”
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