'maɪkrəʊ'fəʊtəgræf /-grɑːf n. photograph not distinguishable to the naked eye (Graphics) v. make a microphotograph (photograph not distinguishable to the naked eye) (Graphics)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • micr- — combining form or micro Etymology: Middle English micro , from Latin, from Greek mikr , mikro , from mikros, smikros small, short; akin to Old English smēalīc careful, exquisite, Old High German smāhi small, low, Old Norse smār small, and perhaps …   Useful english dictionary

  • microtext — I. ˈmīkrə+ˌ noun Etymology: micr + text : a microfilmed or microphotographed text II. ˈ ̷ ̷  ̷ ̷ ˌˌ noun Etymology: micr + text (I) : text in microform * * * microtext, texture, theory see micro 7 …   Useful english dictionary

  • mi|cro|pho|to|graph — «MY kroh FOH tuh graf, grahf», noun, verb. –n. 1. a photograph too small to be deciphered by the naked eye. It has to be enlarged for viewing. 2. a photograph made on, or printed from, microfilm. 3. = photomicrograph. (Cf. ↑photomicrograph) –v.t …   Useful english dictionary

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