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Macrocosm Definition & Meaning in Context

Macrocosm definition and antonyms with images used in real context for advanced English learners. Learn Macrocosm about space and universe and improve your academic and scientific vocabulary in authentic context.

/ˈmæk.rəʊˌkɒz.əm/ (noun)

Macrocosm definition

a whole and complex system especially the universe that is neatly ordered and regarded as a whole rather than its components, whole universe, cosmos, ordered system, universe, megacosm, space, outer space, ether, creation, system


The microcosm–macrocosm analogy (or, equivalently, macrocosm–microcosm analogy) refers to a historical view which posited a structural similarity between the human being (the microcosm, i.e., the small order or the small universe) and the cosmos as a whole (the macrocosm, i.e., the great order or the great universe).

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Parts of speech

Adjective: macrocosmic

Adverb: macrocosmically

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