How to use "microcosm" in sentences with meaning in English and Hindi

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Example sentences for "microcosm" in popular movie and book plots

  • Ernesto then has to live with the boarding students who are a microcosm of Peruvian society and where cruel and violent behaviour is the norm.  - Deep Rivers
  • The Angelina Salazar case, a definitive microcosm of theS.  - Fighting for Freedom (film)
  • The obstacles they encounter are a microcosm of some of the contemporaneous social and economic problems that face Bolivians.  - Once Upon a Time in Bolivia
  • Harry is a wealthy, cynical businessman who dreams of turning the Mandola village (named after his family) into a shining example of his success and a microcosm of a fledgeling economy in itself.  - Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola
  • The plot revolves around one night in a small Tel Aviv pub whose employees and patrons represent a microcosm of Israeli society – men and women, Jews and Arabs, Ashkenazi and Sephardi Jews, kibbutzniks and city-dwellers.  - Life According to Agfa
  • Supported by his girlfriend Shiku, he embarks on an adventurous journey that leads him right to the heart of the microcosm that is his hometown.  - Soul Boy
  • He must then collect items, solve puzzles, and utilize different bodies provided in the mansion to unlock the microcosm hub.  - Juggernaut (video game)
  • However, one customer learns he is in fact the main character in the microcosm of the café, all designed by a young girl, who is actually God.  - Café (film)
  • In so far as Wali might be a microcosm for all of China, the factory can be taken to symbolise China’s industrial infrastructure: the struggle for control of the factory between the Sui and Zhao clans mirrors the struggle for control of the means of production unleashed by Deng Xiaoping’s economic reforms.  - The Ancient Ship
  • In this aseptic and strictly controlled microcosm run by doctors especially chosen for the task, the children are left with almost no external stimuli, other than an old black and white TV set tuned to educational films about subjects such as whale song, trains, and a show called The Adventures of Tikira in Alaska.  - Tom et Lola
  • In Lodore, Shelley focused her theme of power and responsibility on the microcosm of the family.  - Lodore
  • The microcosm of Don Jaime's discussion group, which meets at the Café Progreso, serves as a foil to Don Jaime.  - The Fencing Master
  • The traffic signal includes a microcosm of people who derive their daily livelihoods from it.  - Traffic Signal (film)
  • Saul's obsession with his daughter's gift and the opportunities it presents to him consume him to the point that he is callously ignorant of the collapse of his family around him — his son's interest in Hinduism, which soon comes between him and his father, and his wife's psychological problems suddenly thrust upon him — it seems that the entire family is now "broken," like a microcosm of the world; but can it be fixed, can the broken shards be restored.  - Bee Season (film)
  • Guernsey is a microcosm of the world as Dublin is to James Joyce and Dorset is to Hardy.  - The Book of Ebenezer Le Page
  • The love affair between Ax, Sage and Fiorinda is treated with wit and tenderness, and Jones's trademark emotional intensity, yet it clearly serves as a microcosm for the macrocosm of Ax's England: and a test bed for one of the most naïve (or daring) assertions of radical politics.  - Castles Made of Sand (novel)
  • But all this is just a microcosm of a more general breakdown.  - Liam (film)
  • Thus, the carriage constitutes a microcosm of French society, representing different parts of the French population during the late 19th century.  - Boule de Suif
  • During his extended stay, Castorp meets and learns from a variety of characters, who together represent a microcosm of pre-war Europe.  - The Magic Mountain
  • all seems to be going relatively well until Vinz is killed, and from there no one knows what will happen, a microcosm of French society's descent through hostility into pointless violence.  - La Haine

Example sentences for "microcosm" in interesting articles

  • (In truth, not just FLOSS — code ecosystems within companies are often a microcosm of the same.  - So you want to write a package manager
  • For the first time since the coddled microcosm of high school, I felt like it was fine to try the real-life-thing despite the state I was in.  - A Culture Against Dropouts, Deviants and Troubled Young Adults
  • This is an excellent example of the Warrior and the Guardian in microcosm — a Warrior may very well have moved to immediately apprehend the two vandals.  - Law Enforcement’s “Warrior” Problem
  • The US has 4G networks that log speeds of 100 mbps, India is still mostly 2G. In a sense, India is a microcosm of many emerging markets, which present Facebook with greater room for expansion today.  - India: Facebook's new testing lab
  • S-21 was a microcosm of what took place across Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge.  - How two men survived a prison where 12,000 were killed
  • It was very much like a microcosm of the modern Internet—if the entire World Wide Web was published by a single company.  - Where Online Services Go When They Die
  • He argues that these microcosm experiments create a “bottle effect,” which can't adequately simulate the complicated dispersal of oil and dispersants through deep seawater.Joye counters that her team also repeated their experiments using water collected from an actual ongoing oil slick, albeit one happening in surface waters, and saw the same suppression of hydrocarbon breakdown.  - Deepwater Horizon Dispersants Backfired
  • Currently, about 40 percent of the station’s commercial-research capacity is unused—in part, perhaps, because some companies don’t know it’s available; in part because others aren’t sure how zero-G research would be worthwhile.The space walk is in some ways a microcosm of the whole space-station program: difficult, awe-inspiring, and strangely tautological.  - 5,200 Days in Space
  • "Sugar daddies"—the official moniker granted to these wealthy men—and the microcosm they occupy aren’t anything new, but they’ve become more mainstream in recent years.  - Where the Sugar Babies Are

Meaning of "microcosm" in English

  • a miniature model of something

Meaning of "microcosm" in Hindi

  • सूक्ष्म जगत ( Sukshm jagat, sookshm jagat, sukshm zagat)
  • संसार या मनुष्य का सूक्ष्म दर्शन
  • लघु
  • लघु ब्रहा्रण्ड

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