A very large molecule, such as a polymer or protein, consisting of many smaller structural units linked together. Also called supermolecule.(noun)
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Use "macromolecule" in a sentence
"A macromolecule is a molecule that consists of repeated 'building blocks', that may not be identical."
"- "In EF, the force moving the macromolecule is the electric potential, E" (wrong, driving force is an electric field)."
"For instance, I saw the word 高分子 (koubunshi) and wanted to find out how it was used in context (it means "macromolecule" and "polymer"), and hit so many Chinese pages, I had to choose the "Japanese" option to be able to find just those pages."