mi·cro·cir·cuit | \-ˌsər-kət \

Definition of microcircuit 

: a compact electronic circuit : integrated circuit

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microcircuitry \ˌmī-krō-ˈsər-kə-trē \ noun

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Americans now control 80% of Europe’s computer business, 90% of the microcircuit industry, 40% of its automaking, and sizable shares of chemicals, farm machinery and oil. Lily Rothman, Time, "50 Years Ago This Week: 1967 in Review," 25 Dec. 2017

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1959, in the meaning defined above

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