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mic

[ mahyk ]
/ maɪk /
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noun Informal.
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Idioms about mic

    drop the mic, Informal.
    1. to intentionally drop one’s microphone at the end of a speech or performance, displaying a bold confidence that it has been very impressive or cannot be topped.
    2. to say or do something with such a bold confidence: He clearly dropped the mic on his critics, effectively cutting off further discussion.

Origin of mic

First recorded in 1960–65; by shortening

Other definitions for mic (2 of 2)

Mic.

abbreviation Bible.
Micah.
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British Dictionary definitions for mic (1 of 2)

mic
/ (maɪk) /

noun
informal short for microphone

British Dictionary definitions for mic (2 of 2)

Mic.
/ Bible /

abbreviation for
Micah
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