[mak-roh-ling-gwis-tiks] /ˌmæk roʊ lɪŋˈgwɪs tɪks/
noun, (used with a singular verb)
a field of study concerned with language in its broadest sense and including cultural and behavioral features associated with language.
[mak-ruh-lith] /ˈmæk rəˌlɪθ/ noun, Archaeology. 1. a stone tool about 1 foot (30 cm) long.
/mak-rol’*-jee/ 1. Set of usually complex or crufty macros, e.g. as part of a large system written in Lisp, TECO, or (less commonly) assembler. 2. The art and science involved in comprehending a macrology. Sometimes studying the macrology of a system is not unlike archaeology, ecology, or theology, hence the sound-alike construction. See also boxology. […]
macromastia mac·ro·mas·ti·a (māk’rō-mās’tē-ə) n. Abnormal largeness of the breasts.
company A company supplying multimedia and interactive television services and digital arts software tools in the US and worldwide. They produce products for Microsoft Windows and the Macintosh including: Macromedia FreeHand, a tool for design and illustration; Macromedia Director, an animation and authoring tool for multimedia production; Authorware Professional, a multiplatform authoring tool for interactive […]