The North America standard for nonuniform quantising logarithmic compression.
[muhl-ber-ee, -buh-ree] /ˈmʌlˌbɛr i, -bə ri/ noun, plural mulberries. 1. the edible, berrylike collective fruit of any tree of the genus Morus. 2. a tree of this genus, as M. rubra (red mulberry or American mulberry) bearing dark-purple fruit, M. nigra (black mulberry) bearing dark-colored fruit, or M. alba (white mulberry) bearing nearly white fruit […]
noun 1. the plant family Moraceae, characterized by deciduous or evergreen trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants having simple, alternate leaves, often milky sap, dense clusters of small flowers, and fruit in the form of a fleshy berry, usually hollow in the center, and including the fig, mulberry, Osage orange, and rubber plant.
[muhlch] /mʌltʃ/ noun 1. a covering, as of straw, compost, or plastic sheeting, spread on the ground around plants to prevent excessive evaporation or erosion, enrich the soil, inhibit weed growth, etc. verb (used with object) 2. to cover with mulch. /mʌltʃ/ noun 1. half-rotten vegetable matter, peat, etc, used to prevent soil erosion or […]
- Mulberry harbour
noun 1. either of two prefabricated floating harbours towed across the English Channel to the French coast for the Allied invasion of Normandy in 1944