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Translation of "microcosm" - English-Spanish dictionary

microcosm

noun   /ˈmaɪ.krəʊˌkɒz.əm/
a small place, society, or situation that has the same characteristics as something much larger microcosmos The audience was selected to create a microcosm of American society. →  Compare macrocosm 1878
(Definition of microcosm from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

microcosm

noun /ˈmaikrouˌkozəm/
something that has the same qualities as something much larger microcosmos The classroom is a microcosm of the external community.
microcosmic /ˌmaikrouˈkozmik/ adjective
relating to a microcosm. microcósmico
(Definition of microcosm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “microcosm”
in Vietnamese mô hình thu nhỏ…
in Malaysian mikrokosma…
in Thai พิภพเล็ก ๆ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 缩影, 微观世界…
in Turkish mini evren, küçük topluluk, mikrokozmoz…
in Russian микромир…
in Indonesian mikrokosmik, perwakilan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 縮影, 微觀世界…
in Polish mikrokosmos…
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