Definitions for macro-

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  1. macro-(Prefix)



  2. macro-(Prefix)



Webster Dictionary

  1. Macro-

    a combining form signifying long, large, great; as macrodiagonal, macrospore

  2. Origin: [Gr. makro`s, adj.]

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Josh Freed:

    This is not a macro economic commentary on air travel demand.

  2. Gerry Alfonso:

    The macro-economic figures had a small net impact on the market.

  3. Andy Sullivan:

    People are a little nervous because the macro signals are so mixed.

  4. Javier Murcio:

    If we see an improvement in the macro conditions, then we will go more overweight.

  5. Travis Kalanick:

    I thought we did remarkably well especially given some of the macro trends that were going on.


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