Definition of 'mike'
Example sentences containing 'mike'
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She seemed to clutch at the mike stand just to steady herself. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They are the people who inevitably try and grab the mike. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Plant's quick kick to the base of his mike stand sent it flying up into the path of his hand. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He sat down at the grand piano, right leg turned slightly to one side and with the mike stand in the centre of the keyboard. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Highly enjoyable, though difficult to pick a clear winner, what with all the flying mike stands and all. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The good news, as we report today, is that more women are choosing to grab the mike for their big moment. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'mike'
British English: mike /maɪk/ NOUN
A mike is a device that is used to make sounds louder or to record them on a tape recorder.
- American English: mike
- Arabic: مَيْكْرُوفُون
- Brazilian Portuguese: microfone
- Chinese: 麦克风
- Croatian: mikrofon
- Czech: mikrofon
- Danish: mikrofon
- Dutch: microfoon
- European Spanish: micro
- Finnish: mikrofoni
- French: micro
- German: Mikro
- Greek: μικρόφωνο
- Italian: microfono
- Japanese: マイク
- Korean: 마이크
- Norwegian: mikk
- Polish: mikrofon
- European Portuguese: microfone
- Romanian: microfon
- Russian: микрофон
- Spanish: micro micrófono
- Swedish: mick
- Thai: ไมโครโฟน
- Turkish: mikrofon
- Ukrainian: мікрофон
- Vietnamese: micrô
Definition of mike from the Collins English Dictionary
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