[mahy-kruh-sahy-zuh m, -suh m] /ˈmaɪ krəˌsaɪ zəm, -səm/
a feeble, recurrent vibration of the ground recorded by seismographs and believed to be due to an earthquake or a storm at sea.
a very slight tremor of the earth’s surface, thought not to be caused by an earthquake
A faint Earth tremor, unrelated to earthquakes, caused by natural phenomena, such as winds and strong ocean waves.
[mahy-kroh-sen-ser, -sawr] /ˈmaɪ kroʊˌsɛn sər, -sɔr/ noun 1. a miniature electronic device used to detect changes in the environment.
jargon Wired magazine’s term for a Microsoft employee. (1995-03-02)
/ˈmaɪkrəʊˌsaɪt/ noun 1. a website that is intended for a specific limited purpose and is often temporary noun a small geographical area which exhibits markedly different ecological characteristics from the surrounding area Examples A rock outcrop with thin soils can produce microsites.
noun A very short skirt, shorter than a miniskirt: Lena, 20, has dyed blond hair, a black microskirt and black high-heeled boots (1990s+)