people's microphone

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English[edit]

the people's microphone in use at Occupy Wall Street demonstration

Noun[edit]

people's microphone ‎(uncountable)

  1. A means of delivering a speech to a large crowd, where the speaker says a few words at a time, and people within hearing of the speaker repeat it in unison. Used to work around police bans of electronic amplifiers.

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