megascopic definition

  • adjective:
    • Macroscopic.
    • Visible to the naked-eye
    • Of, or related to, the megascope
    • Of or regarding the megascope or the projection upon a screen of images of opaque items.
    • increased or magnified; -- stated of photos or of photographic photos, etc.
    • big enough to be noticed; -- stated regarding the bigger architectural functions and the different parts of rocks which do not require the use of the microscope become recognized. Against microscopic.
    • visually noticeable to the naked-eye (especially of rocks and anatomical functions)
  • others:
    • Perceptible through unaided vision; noticeable without the using a strong magnifying tool, or with only the assistance of a pocket-lens: used in comparison to microscopic, with reference to things or investigations in regard to which the usage of a microscope is not required: as, the megascopic constituents of a rock; the megascopic framework of mind; a megascopic study of an object. Additionally macroscopic, macroscopical.

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