[mak-ruh-mey] /ˈmæk rəˌmeɪ/
an elaborately patterned lacelike webbing made of hand-knotted cord, yarn, or the like, and used for wall decorations, hanging baskets, garments, accessories, etc.
the technique or art of producing macramé.
verb (used with object), macraméd or macraméed, macraméing.
to make or produce using macramé:
to macramé a wall hanging.
a type of ornamental work made by knotting and weaving coarse thread into a pattern
1869, from French macramé, from Turkish maqrama “towel, napkin,” from Arabic miqramah “embroidered veil.”
/ˌmækrənˈsɛfəlɪ/ noun 1. the condition of having an abnormally large brain macrencephaly mac·ren·ceph·a·ly (māk’rěn-sěf’ə-lē) n. Hypertrophy of the brain.
[mak-roh] /ˈmæk roʊ/ adjective 1. very large in scale, scope, or capability. 2. of or relating to . noun, plural macros. 3. anything very large in scale, scope, or capability. 4. Photography. a . 5. Also called macroinstruction. Computers. an instruction that represents a sequence of instructions in abbreviated form. 6. . 1. a combining […]
macroadenoma mac·ro·ad·e·no·ma (māk’rō-ād’n-ō’mə) n. A pituitary adenoma that is larger than ten millimeters in diameter.
- Macroaggregated albumin
macroaggregated albumin mac·ro·ag·gre·gat·ed albumin (māk’rō-āg’rĭ-gā’tĭd) n. Abbr. MAA Conglomerate human serum albumin in a suspension, often radiolabeled and used to scan the lungs.