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usage note for media
Words nearby media
Definition for media (2 of 3)
noun, plural me·di·ae [mee-dee-ee]. /ˈmi diˌi/.
Origin of media2
Definition for media (3 of 3)
Example sentences from the Web for media
In 2011 LGBT media outlet Queerty took the app to task for allegedly deleting accounts that made reference to being trans.
Much of the media coverage around eating disorders surrounds celebrities and models.How Skinny Is Too Skinny? Israel Bans ‘Underweight’ Models|Carrie Arnold|January 8, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Unconfirmed reports in the French media claimed that the brothers were spotted at a gas station in northern France on Thursday.
Duke was a state representative whose neo-Nazi alliances were disgorged in media reports during his run for governor in 1991.
The media tend to frame situations like this as aberrations, but in this case, quite the opposite is the truth.
It is especially useful with cultures upon serum media, but is applicable also to the sputum.
The gonococcus is distinguished by its failure to grow upon ordinary media.
By far the most frequent exciting causes of acute otitis media are the pneumococcus and the streptococcus.
The question of vernaculars as media of instruction is of national importance; neglect of the vernaculars means national suicide.Third class in Indian railways|Mahatma Gandhi
No doubt this was due to the nature of the media in which he mainly worked, the masque and the 138 song-book.
British Dictionary definitions for media (1 of 3)
usage for media
British Dictionary definitions for media (2 of 3)
noun plural -diae (-dɪˌiː)
- a consonant whose articulation lies midway between that of a voiced and breathed speech sound
- a consonant pronounced with weak voice, as c in French second