Media vs Vacuum - What's the difference?
As a verb media
As a noun vacuum is
(anatomy) The middle layer of the wall of a blood vessel or lymph vessel which is composed of connective and muscular tissue.
(linguistics, dated) A voiced stop consonant.
(entomology) One of the major veins of the insect wing, between the radius and the cubitus
Not to be confused with medium.
* tunica media
*(vein of insect wing) M
* (voiced stop) (l)
Means and institutions for publishing and broadcasting information.
The journalists and other professionals who comprise the mass communication industry.
- As a result of the rise of, first, television news and entertainment media''' and, second, web-based '''media''', traditional print-based ' media has declined in popularity.
- Some celebrities dislike press conferences, where the media bombards them with questions.
* media darling
* media event (pos n
* mediascape (pos n
* mass media
* mainstream media
* media circus
* media whore
A region of space that contains no matter.
A vacuum cleaner.
The condition of rarefaction, or reduction of pressure below that of the atmosphere, in a vessel, such as the condenser of a steam engine, which is nearly exhausted of air or steam, etc.
- a vacuum of 26 inches of mercury, or 13 pounds per square inch
* In the sense of "a region of space that contains no matter", the plural of vacuum' is either '''vacua''' or '''vacuums'''. In the sense of a "vacuum cleaner" ' vacuums is the only plural.
* The Latin in vacuo'' is sometimes used instead of ''in a vacuum (in free space).
* (vacuum cleaner) hoover (British )
* (region of space that contains no matter) plenum
* power vacuum
* vacuum brake
* vacuum cleaner
* vacuum pan
* vacuum valve
To clean (something) with a vacuum cleaner.
To use a vacuum cleaner.
* (transitive sense) to hoover (British)
* (intransitive sense) to do the hoovering, to hoover (British)