[mahy-kruh-film] /ˈmaɪ krəˌfɪlm/
a bearing a miniature photographic copy of printed or other graphic matter, usually of a document, newspaper or book pages, etc., made for a library, archive, or the like.
a , especially of motion-picture stock, on which microcopies are made.
verb (used with object)
to make a microfilm of.
a strip of film of standard width on which books, newspapers, documents, etc, can be recorded in miniaturized form
to photograph (a page, document, etc) on microfilm
1927, coined from micro- + film (n.). The verb is first recorded 1940, from the noun. Related: Microfilmed; microfilming.
A film on which miniature copies of documents are reproduced. Microfilm allows for very compact storage of books and documents.
- Microfilm plotter
noun 1. (computing) a type of incremental plotter that has a film rather than a paper output
/ˈmaɪkrəʊˌfɪltə/ noun 1. a device plugged into a phone socket to separate the phone line from the broadband line
3.5-inch floppies, as opposed to 5.25-inch vanilla or mini-floppies and the now-obsolete 8-inch variety. This term may be headed for obsolescence as 5.25-inchers pass out of use, only to be revived if anybody floats a sub-3-inch floppy standard. See stiffy, minifloppies. [Jargon File]