(slang) the real physical world, as contrasted with the world of cyberspace
The physical world (as opposed virtual reality) where you might spend facetime with the carbon community.
noun, British. 1. .
[mee-ey-tuh s] /miˈeɪ təs/ noun, plural meatuses, meatus. Anatomy. 1. an opening or foramen, especially in a bone or bony structure, as the opening of the ear or nose. /mɪˈeɪtəs/ noun (pl) -tuses, -tus 1. (anatomy) a natural opening or channel, such as the canal leading from the outer ear to the eardrum meatus me·a·tus […]
noun, Slang. 1. an ambulance. adjective (also meshigga or meshugah or meshiggah or mishugah or mishoogeh) Crazy; nutty: Mishoogeh or mishugah, spelled either way, means crazy [1892+; fr Yiddish fr Hebrew; the variant pronunciations reflect major dialects of Yiddish]
Less common synonym for wetware. [Was it Marvin Minsky who described brains as “machines?/computers? made of meat”?] [Jargon File] (1994-10-21)
[mee-tee] /ˈmi ti/ adjective, meatier, meatiest. 1. of or like . 2. abounding in . 3. rich in content or thought-provoking matter; full of substance: a meaty topic for discussion. /ˈmiːtɪ/ adjective meatier, meatiest 1. of, relating to, or full of meat: a meaty stew 2. heavily built; fleshy or brawny 3. full of import […]