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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “macro-”

macro-

prefix
 
 
/mæk.rəʊ-/ US  /-roʊ-/
large; relating to the whole of something, rather than its parts
大的;宏观的
macroscopic (= large enough to be seen by the human eye)
肉眼可见的
macroeconomics (= the study of financial systems at a national level)
宏观经济学是对一个国家金融体系的研究。
→ Compare micro-Big and quite bigEnormousComplete and wholeVery and extreme
(Definition of macro- prefix from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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