When man had flung himself madly at the galaxy, he had diffused himself thinly over a macroscopic area.
Large, as in macroscopic, an object visible to the naked eye.
macroscopic and microscopic observations have to go hand in hand in the study of volcanic phenomena.
macroscopic, defining characters are few, and even these sometimes uncertain.
The macroscopic equations result from a process of averaging out, and may be different in different cases.
macroscopic, mak-ro-skop′ik, adj. visible to the naked eye:—opp.
Hemorrhages and separations of the epiphyses or fractures of the long bones dominate the macroscopic picture.
The findings at autopsy were likewise similar, as gastro-enteritis was the chief lesion observed on macroscopic examination.
A macroscopic examination suffices in most cases for a definite diagnosis.
Below the point of section the cord was blanched, but offered no other macroscopic evidence of disease.
macroscopic mac·ro·scop·ic (māk'rə-skŏp'ĭk) or mac·ro·scop·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
Large enough to be perceived or examined by the unaided eye.
Relating to observations made by the unaided eye.