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macro
American English: /ˈmækroʊ/
British English: /ˈmakrəʊ/

Translation of macro in Spanish:

adjective

noun plural -ros

  • (Computing)
    macroinstrucción (feminine)
    Example sentences
    • The entire analysis is performed by a single macro in an Excel worksheet.
    • Another type of virus, known as a ‘macro’ virus, can infect word processing and spreadsheet documents that use macros.
    • Overseas, ‘we were relying on Excel spreadsheets with macros for currency conversion, and a lot of people stapling receipts to reports.’

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