verb (used without object), mi·cro·waved, mi·cro·wav·ing.
verb (used with object), mi·cro·waved, mi·cro·wav·ing.
- microwave background,
- microwave communication,
- microwave detector,
- microwave oven,
- microwave spectroscopy
Origin of microwave
Examples from the Web for microwave
Microwave "pain rays" and acoustic crowd dispersal weapons already exist.
The Army suggests that laser, microwave or acoustic weapons are the answer.
He told the cops about the “microwave machine” whose “vibrations” kept him from being able to sleep.Aaron Alexis Was Hearing Voices a Month Before His Rampage|Michael Daly|September 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
After a redesign last year, the toy now heats up like a traditional oven and looks more like a microwave.Easy-Bake Oven Mans Up: Hasbro to Manufacture Boy-Friendly Design|Abigail Pesta|December 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
After a redesign last year, the toy now heats like a traditional oven and looks more like a microwave.Eighth Grader Tells Hasbro: Man Up the Easy-Bake Oven|Abigail Pesta|November 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It's like a searchlight beam or a microwave beam, and it stays the same size like a pipe.Operation: Outer Space|William Fitzgerald Jenkins
The microwave -- which always reeked of popcorn and spilled soup -- was right in there, on top of the miniature fridge.Little Brother|Cory Doctorow
Obviously, it had something to do with microwave transmission and reception.
They're like flares, except that they operate on microwave frequencies instead of visible light.Hanging by a Thread|Gordon Randall Garrett
This chitin diaphragm picks up the microwave like our ears pick up sound.
- electromagnetic radiation in the wavelength range 0.3 to 0.001 metres: used in radar, cooking, etc
- (as modifier)microwave generator