[fing-ger-pik] /ˈfɪŋ gərˌpɪk/
noun, Also, finger pick
a plectrum.worn on the finger.
verb (used with object), Also, finger-pick
to play (an instrument, especiallya guitar or banjo) by plucking its strings with the fingers or a fingerpick.
verb (used without object)
to play a stringed instrument using the fingers or a fingerpick.
[fing-ger-poin-ting] /ˈfɪŋ gərˌpɔɪn tɪŋ/ noun 1. the imputation of blame or responsibility. noun The assessing of blame, guilt, etc: Criticism of the President’s foreign policy has produced a spate of finger-pointing within the Administration (1990s+)
- Finger-pointing syndrome
programming All-too-frequent result of bugs, especially in new or experimental configurations. The hardware vendor points a finger at the software. The software vendor points a finger at the hardware. All the poor users get is the finger. [Jargon File] (1995-12-14)
noun A listener who is sent into finger-snapping transports by music; an enthusiastic devotee (1950s+ Cool talk)
noun 1. a post with one or more directional signs, terminating in a pointed finger or hand. noun 1. a signpost showing a pointing finger or hand