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Need to know the difference between "Macroscropic" and "Macroscopic"
Have seen usage of both, but do not know the difference.
i dnt think der is a work like macroscropic.. it is macroscopic
Lexically, "macroscopic" means large enough to be observed by the naked eye. "Microscopic" on the other hand, means invisible or indistinguishable without the use of a miscroscope. In literature, the words are used in figurative manners. To define a short story, for example, one may say, it is a reproduction of macrocosm in micrcosm. It suggests, within a very brief compass, a universe has to be focused. The offence of the boy in stealing a bread turns microscopic when viewed through the macroscope of acute poverty.