microwave

[ mahy-kroh-weyv ]SEE DEFINITION OF microwave

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MICROWAVE

Obviously, it had something to do with microwave transmission and reception.

I was talking to him by microwave when he was seized by them.

They're like flares, except that they operate on microwave frequencies instead of visible light.

Three-quarters of all American households (Barbie's included) use a microwave oven.

The microwave -- which always reeked of popcorn and spilled soup -- was right in there, on top of the miniature fridge.

It's like a searchlight beam or a microwave beam, and it stays the same size like a pipe.

He used his microwave generator—which at short enough range would short-circuit anything—upon the apparatus in the kiosk.

This chitin diaphragm picks up the microwave like our ears pick up sound.

"Watch for the microwave signals," said Jones' voice in Cochrane's headphones.

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