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micro-

tiny; very, very small

TermDefinition
microbiology the study of the smallest forms of life such as bacteria, fungi, and viruses
microchip a tiny piece of a computer that holds the memory; a tiny piece of metal that has a memory and can be safely inserted into a pet for identification
microcosm a tiny world in comparison to a larger world
microfilm a material on which written forms are produced in tiny format for easier storage
microphone a device that converts small sounds into louder ones
microscope a tool that makes tiny objects appear much larger for close analysis
microscopic describes something that is too tiny to see with the bare eye
microwave a device used to heat items in small amounts of time
Created by: frazzicat