Translation of microfiche in Spanish:


microficha, n.

Pronunciation /ˈmaɪkrəˌfiʃ/ /ˈmʌɪkrə(ʊ)fiːʃ/

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    microficha feminine
    • On microfiche, the documents were published by Primary Source Microfilm as Declassified Documents Reference System.
    • While Manda went to check out old newspapers in the microfiches, Michael surfed through a local news website from one of the terminals in the computer room.
    • The 101 is also available on microfiche at the Family History Library.
    • Sixteen sets of notes were unavailable to the trust's audit team, and a further 104 were available only on microfiche.
    • ‘On microfiche,’ Tom answered, putting his glasses away.
    • But if it really is, why not sign the release forms and allow reporters to get direct access to the archived files on microfiche?
    • Most libraries keep these on microfiche and simply scan the ones dealing with your focus time and area.
    • As I trolled back and forth in the microfiche looking for the relevant piece, I was struck by the other things the chattering classes brayed five years ago.
    • The newspapers contain the DNA of the era, and the microfiche is the amber that holds them.
    • Ensure that you have a current photo and that all awards shown in your photo are reflected in your microfiche.
    • Beyond, I think, any journalist I have known, McKinnon seems to be happiest in archives and libraries, peering into microfiches and at computer screens.
    • It costs about $1.40 to produce a microfiche, so just multiply that by 2,000.
    • The sixth essay, titled ‘Portrait of a Londoner,’ was eventually found on the microfiche in the University of Sussex library.
    • Soldiers should review their microfiche (done online now) to ensure their personnel files are complete and accurate.
    • Since it costs about $1.40 to produce a microfiche, this was a saving of $2,800.
    • The green square on the right represents the entire microfiche, and the larger image shown on the left is one page scanned from it.
    • Fine. But go back to the microfiche at the library, wherever you live, and look at everything else on the page.
    • You had to scan the microfiche or even thumb through dusty tomes at the local library or tax assessor's office.
    • He was the most skilled caricaturist the paper ever had; his work just jumps off the old microfiche.
    • Like in 1995, if you met someone at a party who said they were a writer, you'd have to go down to the library and look up their books on the microfiche.