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Mickle

ˈmɪk(ə)l

Meanings of Mickle:

noun

A large amount.

Usage examples:

It didn't fare so well with the question ‘how many mickle in a muckle?’
adjective

Very large.

Usage examples:

She had a great big elephant … that's one of those mickle beasts from africa
determiner

Large in amount or quantity.

Usage examples:

I've not got muckle need for such things

Mickles

ˈmɪk(ə)l

Meanings of Mickles:

noun

A large amount.

Usage examples:

It didn't fare so well with the question ‘how many mickle in a muckle?’
adjective

Very large.

Usage examples:

She had a great big elephant … that's one of those mickle beasts from africa
determiner

Large in amount or quantity.

Usage examples:

I've not got muckle need for such things

Micks

mɪk

Meanings of Micks:

noun

(in the game of two-up) the reverse side of a coin.

Meanings of Micky:

noun

A man's penis.

Usage examples:

The fella beside me says she's got it wrong about the feet, sure she has, the mickey dies first and…

Meanings of Micmac:

noun

A member of a north american people inhabiting the maritime provinces of canada.

Usage examples:

The part of acadia between the bay of fundy and the st lawrence became disputed territory, claimed …
adjective

Relating to the micmac or their language.

Usage examples:

Champlain singled out this site as early as 1608, one reason being that from a cape, cannons could …

Meanings of Mico:

noun

Among the people of the creek confederacy and some of their neighbours: a chief or ruler.

Meanings of Micraesthete:

noun

In a chiton: any of the sensory structures found within micropores in the tegmentum of the valves.

Meanings of Micrencephalic:

adjective

Characterized by or exhibiting microencephaly; having a small brain.

Meanings of Micrencephalous:

adjective

= microencephalic .

Meanings of Micrencephaly:

noun

The condition of having a small brain (often associated with microcephaly).

Meanings of Micrergate:

noun

A small worker ant.

Meanings of Micresthete:

noun

In a chiton: any of the sensory structures found within micropores in the tegmentum of the valves.

Meanings of Micro:

noun

A microcomputer.

Usage examples:

In my case, as with most pcie motherboards, this is not an issue as unless it's a micro, there shou…
adjective

Extremely small.

Usage examples:

A micro buffet area
combining form

Small.

Usage examples:

Microcar
prefix

Very small

Usage examples:

A microbrewery

Meanings of Microaerophilic:

adjective

(of a microorganism) requiring little free oxygen, or oxygen at a lower partial pressure than that of atmospheric oxygen.

Usage examples:

Most organisms are of bowel origin, with escherichia coli, klebsiella pneumoniae, bacteroides, ente…

Microanalysis

ˌmʌɪkrəʊəˈnalɪsɪs

Meanings of Microanalysis:

noun

The quantitative analysis of chemical compounds using a sample of a few milligrams.

Usage examples:

We studied the morphological and compositional differences of the fibrous amphibole samples with sc…

Meanings of Microanalyst:

noun

A person who performs or is skilled in microanalysis.

Meanings of Microanatomical:

adjective

Of or relating to microanatomy.

Meanings of Microanatomy:

noun

Microscopic anatomy; histology; the microscopic anatomy of a tissue, structure, etc.

Meanings of Microarchitecture:

noun

Microscopic or small-scale structure (of a shell, tissue, organ, etc.).

Meanings of Microarchitectures:

noun

Microscopic or small-scale structure (of a shell, tissue, organ, etc.).

Meanings of Microbacterium:

noun

Any small, especially rod-shaped, bacterium.

Meanings of Microbal:

adjective

Microbial.

Microbalance

ˈmʌɪkrəʊˌbaləns

Meanings of Microbalance:

noun

A balance for weighing masses of a fraction of a gram.

Usage examples:

Fresh flower mass was obtained using a microbalance.

Meanings of Microbarograph:

noun

An instrument for measuring very small changes in atmospheric pressure.

Microbe

ˈmaɪ.krəʊb

Meanings of Microbe:

noun

A microorganism, especially a bacterium causing disease or fermentation.

Usage examples:

A virus is a parasite, which needs a host cell to live in, and a microbe is a bacterium, which is a…

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