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microphone

 [mi´kro-fōn]
a device to pick up sound for purposes of amplification or transmission.

mi·cro·phone

(mī'krō-fōn),
An instrument for converting sounds to electrical signals.
[micro- + G. phōnē, sound]

microphone

/mi·cro·phone/ (mi´krah-fōn) a device to pick up sound for amplification or transmission.

microphone

a device to pick up sound for purposes of amplification or transmission.
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Replacing the keyboard with a microphone will allow these people to be functional during the periods of recovery.
Before I started using the microphone, I would get laryngitis or I would lose my voice,'' said Mendoza whose soft voice barely carries past the first row of desks without the mike.
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