a board on which a food menu is written
[muh-noo-doh; Spanish me-noo-th aw] /məˈnu doʊ; Spanish mɛˈnu ðɔ/ noun 1. a spicy Mexican soup made with tripe, onions, tomatoes, chilies, and hominy.
[men-yoo-driv-uh n, meyn-] /ˈmɛn yuˌdrɪv ən, ˈmeɪn-/ adjective, Computers. 1. of or relating to software that makes extensive use of menus to enable users to choose alternatives and guide program operations. adjective 1. (of a computer system) operated through menus
[men-yoo-in] /ˈmɛn yu ɪn/ noun 1. Yehudi [yuh-hoo-dee] /yəˈhu di/ (Show IPA), 1916–1999, British violinist, born in U.S. /ˈmɛnjʊɪn/ noun 1. Yehudi (jɛˈhuːdɪ), Baron. 1916–99, British classical and jazz violinist, born in the US
/men”yoo-i:”tis/ A notional disease suffered by software with an obsessively simple-minded menu interface and no escape. Hackers find this intensely irritating and much prefer the flexibility of command-line or language-style interfaces, especially those customisable via macros or a special-purpose language in which one can encode useful hacks. See user-obsequious, drool-proof paper, WIMP, for the rest […]