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Macroscopic vs. Microscopic

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Macroscopicadjective

Visible to the unassisted eye.

Microscopicadjective

Of, or relating to microscopes or microscopy; microscopal

‘We supply all microscopic stains and other materials.’;

Macroscopicadjective

(physics) Having an appreciable mass.

Microscopicadjective

So small that it can only be seen using a microscope.

‘The water was full of microscopic organisms.’;

Macroscopicadjective

Visible to the unassisted eye; - as opposed to microscopic.

Microscopicadjective

Very small; minute

‘Compared to the galaxy, we are microscopic in scale.’;

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Macroscopicadjective

large enough to be visible to the naked eye

Microscopicadjective

Carried out with great attention to detail.

‘The police carried out a microscopic search of the crime scene.’;

Microscopicadjective

Able to see extremely minute objects.

Microscopicadjective

Of or pertaining to the microscope or to microscopy; made with a microscope; as, microscopic observation.

Microscopicadjective

Able to see extremely minute objects.

‘Why has not man a microscopic eye?’;

Microscopicadjective

Very small.

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Microscopicadjective

of or relating to or used in microscopy;

‘microscopic analysis’; ‘microscopical examination’;

Microscopicadjective

too small to be seen except under a microscope

Microscopicadjective

extremely precise with great attention to details;

‘examined it with microscopic care’;

Microscopicadjective

infinitely or immeasurably small;

‘two minute whiplike threads of protoplasm’; ‘reduced to a microscopic scale’;

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