English to Welsh Meaning :: microscopic

Microscopic :
microsgopig
- microsgopiggyda microsgopsubmicroscopic
 

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Adjective(1) of or relating to or used in microscopy(2) visible under a microscope; using a microscope(3) extremely precise with great attention to details(4) so small as to be invisible without a microscope

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(1) To their scientists, the visible snow is only a small part of all the settling material that is mostly microscopic and not visible to the naked eye.(2) They feed on many types microscopic algae that grow on calcareous material, such as coral skeletons.(3) One person determined spermatozoal motility using light microscopy for five microscopic fields for each collection.(4) Ashley turned to see a striking blonde girl wearing a microscopic skirt step towards her.(5) Microscopic scoring was performed on coded slides and, to minimize variability, the same expert performed all the microscopic analyses.(6) Earlier studies on colchicine using conventional microscopic analysis yielded inconclusive results in rat peripheral blood, although clearly positive effects were obtained in the mouse.(7) The presence of microscopic algae in the circulatory system and internal organs can help to locate where the victim died, as they vary from place to place.(8) Sure, any time we crush bacterial cells for research, it's a sacrifice of a tiny microscopic life.(9) With their entire season on the line, Munster would have planned their day in microscopic detail, yet all of their best intentions looked like turning to dust as early as the first 10 minutes.(10) Stumpf said that bloom intensified when it moved south of Sanibel Island, possibly with a bloom of a diatom, a type of microscopic algae, called Rhizosolenia.(11) None the less, neither darkness nor joy eclipse her humour, most evident in the fantasy of microscopic details in her drawings, scratched into layer upon layer of textured colour.(12) The nutrients trigger blooms of microscopic algae known as phytoplankton.(13) Copepods feed on microscopic algae and in turn serve as food for millions of other invertebrates and fish.(14) You can see it in the way the boatmen fret over their dories: spit-polishing microscopic scratches on the hulls, glowering when passengers track dirt onto the decks.(15) Their music glows with the aural equivalent of sunlight reflecting on a thin pool of ice and pulses with microscopic detail, all the while possessing a sharp absurdist sense of humor.(16) Furthermore, the intellectual processes of pathologists during microscopic analysis sessions can differ from one another noticeably.
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(1) microscopic examination ::
archwiliad microsgopig
Synonyms
Adjective
1. tiny ::
bach
2. very small ::
fach iawn
3. minute ::
munud
4. infinitesimal ::
orfychan
5. minuscule ::
minuscule
6. little ::
ychydig
7. micro ::
micro
8. diminutive ::
bachigol
9. teeny ::
teeny
10. weeny ::
weeny
11. teeny-weeny ::
teeny-weeny
12. teensy-weensy ::
teensy-weensy
13. itsy-bitsy ::
itsy-Bitsy
14. little-bitty ::
bach-dameidiog
15. wee ::
Wee
Antonyms
1. colossal ::
enfawr
2. elephantine ::
elephantine
3. enormous ::
enfawr
4. giant ::
cawr
5. gigantic ::
gigantic
6. huge ::
enfawr
7. immense ::
aruthrol
8. mammoth ::
mamoth
9. massive ::
enfawr
10. monster ::
anghenfil
11. monstrous ::
gwrthun
12. monumental ::
monumental
13. prodigious ::
aruthrol
14. tremendous ::
aruthrol
Different Forms
microscopic, microscopical, submicroscopic
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