[meyn-lahy-ner, -lahy-] /ˈmeɪnˌlaɪ nər, -ˈlaɪ-/
Slang. a person who .
a person who belongs to a group.
[meyn-lahy-ner, -lahy-] /ˈmeɪnˌlaɪ nər, -ˈlaɪ-/ noun 1. Slang. a person who . 2. a person who belongs to a group. noun 1. a fashionable residential district west of Philadelphia. 2. any fashionable district where socially prominent people live. noun 1. (railways) 2. (US) a main road verb 3. (intransitive) (slang) to inject a drug into […]
[meyn-lahyn, -lahyn] /ˈmeɪnˌlaɪn, -ˈlaɪn/ verb (used without object), mainlined, mainlining. Slang. 1. to inject a narcotic, especially heroin, directly into a vein. 2. to use or enjoy something without restriction: to mainline on TV movies. verb (used with object), mainlined, mainlining. Slang. 3. to inject (a narcotic, especially heroin) directly into a vein. 4. to […]
- Main loop
programming The top-level control flow construct in an input- or event-driven program, the one which receives and acts or dispatches on the program’s input events. See also driver. [Jargon File] (2004-03-12)
[meyn-lee] /ˈmeɪn li/ adverb 1. chiefly; principally; for the most part; in the main; to the greatest extent: Our success was due mainly to your efforts. The audience consisted mainly of students. 2. Obsolete. greatly; mightily; abundantly. /ˈmeɪnlɪ/ adverb 1. for the most part; to the greatest extent; principally 2. (obsolete) strongly; very much adv. […]