micro : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  extremely small in scale or scope or capability

  • She says micro-writers crave linguistic variety.
  • The micro-sub may also be useful in non-medical areas such as climate control or environmental technology.
  • Russian miniaturist Nikolai Aldunin creates works of art so tiny, a microscope is needed to see them.
News & Articles


  • Stephen Conroy in Times Online
    For years industry has been calling for fundamental and historic micro-economic reform in telecommunications,Mr Conroy said. "Today we are delivering this outcome in Australia's long-term national interest."
  • Andrew Flintoff in SkySports
    My goals have changed since last summer,said Flintoff. "I trust the surgeon, Andy Williams, implicitly and he is very pleased with the progress of the micro-fracture operation. When I first had the operation I did not think I would be able...
  • Andrew Cuomo in AFP
    The probe focuses on whether Intel was "coercing customers to exclude its main rival, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), from the worldwide market for x86 computer processing units (CPU)," Cuomo said.

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