Recent Examples of microphone from the Web
The projection’s images, borrowed from films, advertisements and other forms of media, include a gun, a candle and a grouping of four microphones.
What's also been heard recently when Johnson has sat down in front of the microphone is the coach's bewilderment with his own squad.
Following Leive, Sarah Sophie Flicker took the microphone (hovering atop the crowd on one of Comey’s shoe displays), to rally the feminist energy on hand.
Speaking into a small microphone, her translation is broadcast out to anyone in the room wearing a special set of headphones.
Some stars, like Viola Davis and Natalie Portman, took the microphone to give powerful speeches, and others, like Janet Mock and Tommy Dorfman, shared photos from the streets.
Earlier this morning, someone from Hayden’s office put up a photo of her gripping a microphone, grinning.
Still delirious after his team’s exhilarating win, Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp took the microphone for a post-match interview with U.S. TV station NBC and remarked that his bosses in America might be watching.
Fruitfly malware allowed Durachinksy to use computer cameras and microphones to record images and audio, upload files to other people’s computers, take and download screenshots, log keystrokes and access his victims’ data.
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Origin and Etymology of microphone
First Known Use: 1878See Words from the same year
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