Definition of Mickey Mouse in English:

Mickey Mouse

Syllabification: Mick·ey Mouse
Pronunciation: /ˌmikē ˈmous
 
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1A Walt Disney cartoon character who first appeared as Mortimer Mouse in 1927, becoming Mickey in 1928. During the 1930s, he became established as the central Disney character.
1.1 [as adjective] (also mickey mouse) informal Trivial or of inferior quality.
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  • None of these polls is a Mickey Mouse poll - all are done by reputable polling companies and all with decent samples - Nielsen has 1400 people, Morgan 1300 and Newspoll 1700.
  • They will think that a Mickey Mouse court fouled up, and if they'd been in a US court they'd have seen justice done.
  • I got into a lot of trouble a few years ago for calling the health board a Mickey Mouse organisation.

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