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microscopic

(less commonly), microscopical
not large enough to be seen with the naked eye but visible under a microscope

microscopic

[¦mī·krə¦skäp·ik]
(optics)
(science and technology)
Of extremely small size.

microscopic

Observable only with the aid of a microscope.
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1 : of, relating to, or conducted with the microscope <a microscopic examination>
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