Macro (a Greek prefix meaning long or large) may refer to:

  • Macro (computer science), a set of instructions that is represented in an abbreviated format
  • Macro instruction, a statement, typically for an assembler, that invokes a macro definition to generate a sequence of instructions or other outputs
  • Macro photography, a type of close-up photography
  • Macro Recordings, a German electronic music label
  • Image macro, a picture with text superimposed
  • Macro practice or community practice, a type of social work
  • Macrobiotics, a diet and lifestyle based on eating natural, organic food
  • Macroeconomics, economics at a higher level, above individual markets
  • Macromanagement, or managing managers
  • Macrophilia, a fascination with or a sexual fantasy involving giants
  • Macroscopic, subjects visible to the eye
  • Macrosociology, sociology at the national level
  • Macronutrients, classes of chemical compounds humans consume in the largest quantities (i.e., proteins, fats, and carbohydrates)

"Good judgement seeks balance and progress. Lack of it eventually finds imbalance and frustration."
President Eisenhower
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