extremely close-up photography in which the image on the film is as large as, or larger than, the object
1863, from macro- + photography.
[mak-ruh-fiz-iks] /ˌmæk rəˈfɪz ɪks/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. the branch of that deals with physical objects large enough to be observed and treated directly. /ˌmækrəʊˈfɪzɪks/ noun 1. (functioning as sing) the branch of physics concerned with macroscopic systems and objects
[mak-ruh-fahyt] /ˈmæk rəˌfaɪt/ noun, Botany. 1. a plant, especially a marine plant, large enough to be visible to the naked eye.
noun the killing of kangaroos Word Origin Latin macropus ‘kangaroo’
[mak-roh-plangk-tuh n] /ˌmæk roʊˈplæŋk tən/ noun 1. planktonic organisms of about 1 mm in length.