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Definition of "macrostructure" []

  • The gross structure of a material or tissue as visible to the unaided eye or at very low levels of magnification. (noun)
  • The gross structure of a pure metal or alloy, as revealed by magnifications of 10X or less. (noun)

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Use "macrostructure" in a sentence
  • "Yet, there always remains a broad range of intelligible events, and the process is rational in that it reveals an order of evident correspondences and undeniable finalities: in the inorganic world, between microstructure and macrostructure; in the organic and animal world, between structure and function; and in the spiritual world, between knowledge of the truth and the aspiration to freedom."
  • "Not only do I think the macrostructure of the dictionary will have to change online, I believe the microstructure of the entry probably will too."
  • "Important related decisions concern the location of key account management, for example, in the business unit and/or at corporate, the organizational level at which key account management is placed, and the organizational macrostructure for key account management overall."
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