microscopic

Microscopic vs Jiffy - What's the difference?

microscopic | jiffy |


As an adjective microscopic

is microscopic.

As a noun jiffy is

(colloquial) a very short, unspecified length of time.

Micro vs Microscopic - What's the difference?

micro | microscopic |


As a proper noun micro

is a town in north carolina.

As an adjective microscopic is

microscopic.

Meniscus vs Microscopic - What's the difference?

meniscus | microscopic |


As a noun meniscus

is a crescent moon, or an object shaped like it.

As an adjective microscopic is

microscopic.

Microscopic vs Immense - What's the difference?

microscopic | immense |


As adjectives the difference between microscopic and immense

is that microscopic is microscopic while immense is huge, gigantic, very large.

Microscopic - What does it mean?

microscopic | |

Prodigious vs Microscopic - What's the difference?

prodigious | microscopic |


As adjectives the difference between prodigious and microscopic

is that prodigious is very big in size or quantity; gigantic; colossal; huge while microscopic is microscopic.

Puny vs Microscopic - What's the difference?

puny | microscopic | Related terms |

Puny is a related term of microscopic.


As adjectives the difference between puny and microscopic

is that puny is of inferior size, strength or significance while microscopic is microscopic.

As a noun puny

is (obsolete) a new pupil at a school etc; a junior student.

Microscopic vs Microcosmic - What's the difference?

microscopic | microcosmic |


As adjectives the difference between microscopic and microcosmic

is that microscopic is microscopic while microcosmic is of, or relating to the microcosm.

Microscopic vs Slight - What's the difference?

microscopic | slight | Related terms |

Microscopic is a related term of slight.


As adjectives the difference between microscopic and slight

is that microscopic is microscopic while slight is small, weak or gentle; not decidedly marked; not forcible; inconsiderable; unimportant; insignificant; not severe.

As a verb slight is

to treat as slight or not worthy of attention, to make light of.

As a noun slight is

the act of slighting; a deliberate act of neglect or discourtesy.

Molecular vs Microscopic - What's the difference?

molecular | microscopic |


As adjectives the difference between molecular and microscopic

is that molecular is (chemistry) relating to, or consisting of, or produced by molecules while microscopic is microscopic.

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