Recent Examples of microphone from the Web
Instead, Mayor Darrell Steinberg raised a hand for calm and offered the microphone to Clark, whose brother Stephon was unarmed when he was shot and killed by Sacramento police on March 18.
Like every rapper who ever clutched a microphone, Cardi is transmuting speech into music.
Unlike the speech in Memphis, West Hartford’s audience was near silent as the readers approached the microphone one by one.
Over three years a single underwater microphone captured 184 distinct bowhead whale songs, according to Professor Stafford's study in Wednesday's Biology Letters.
About 30 yards from the egg hunt, near a tent where a line of children wait to get their face painted, the source of that booming voice stands holding a microphone.
It’s being marketed as a comfortable headset with a quality microphone and sound-isolating ear pads.
An occasional breeze was picked up by the microphones on the lectern.
With custom Louboutin-red lacquered skates and a microphone swathed in Swarovski crystals, there’s no doubt the former Olympian has a flair for fashion.
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MICROPHONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of microphone for English Language Learners
: a device into which people speak or sing in order to record their voices or to make them sound louder
MICROPHONE Defined for Kids
Definition of microphone for Students
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