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macroworld

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macro- +‎ world

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macroworld (plural macroworlds)

  1. A world or reality on a larger scale, thus for example the social scale when discussing individual affairs, or the human scale when discussing particle physics.
    • 2002, James Franklin Harris, Analytic Philosophy of Religion [1], ISBN 140200530X, page 226:
      Perhaps there is indeterminacy in the macroworld, but quantum theory cannot justify such a claim.

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