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1933, macro-.

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Macro (plural Macros)
  1. very large in scope or scale
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1959, shortened form of macroinstruction.

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Macro (plural Macros)
  1. Patrono:Computing theory An abstraction whereby a certain textual pattern is replaced according to a defined set of rules.
  2. Patrono:Programming A specific textual replacement pattern taken in the context of a specific set of replacement rules; a macro name and associated macro body.
  3. Patrono:Programming The name and formal argument list which comprises a macro pattern; a macro name.
  4. Patrono:Programming An occurrence of text matching a macro name in the target of a macro expansion.
  5. (computing) Any substitution of a collection of actions for a single action.
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Etymology 3Modificar

1971, elliptical form of macro lens, from macro- + lens. Compare macrophotography.

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Macro (plural Macros)
  1. Patrono:Photography macro lens

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macro f. inv.

  1. (computing) macro, macroinstruction
  2. Patrono:Photography macrophotography
  3. Patrono:Economics macroeconomy

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