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di·a·gram

 (dī′ə-grăm′)
n.
1. A plan, sketch, drawing, or outline designed to demonstrate or explain how something works or to clarify the relationship between the parts of a whole.
2. Mathematics A graphic representation of an algebraic or geometric relationship.
3. A chart or graph.
tr.v. di·a·grammed, di·a·gram·ming, di·a·grams or di·a·gramed or di·a·gram·ing
To indicate or represent by or as if by a diagram.

[Latin diagramma, figure, from Greek, a figure worked out by lines, plan, from diagraphein, to mark out, delineate : dia-, dia- + graphein, to write; see gerbh- in Indo-European roots.]

di′a·gram′ma·ble adj.
di′a·gram·mat′ic (-grə-măt′ĭk), di′a·gram·mat′i·cal adj.
di′a·gram·mat′i·cal·ly adv.

diagram

(ˈdaɪəˌɡræm)
n
1. a sketch, outline, or plan demonstrating the form or workings of something
2. (Mathematics) maths a pictorial representation of a quantity or of a relationship: a Venn diagram.
vb, -grams, -gramming or -grammed, -grams, -graming or -gramed
to show in or as if in a diagram
[C17: from Latin diagramma, from Greek, from diagraphein, from graphein to write]
diagrammatic, diagrammatical adj
ˌdiagramˈmatically adv

di•a•gram

(ˈdaɪ əˌgræm)

n., v. -gramed -grammed, -gram•ing -gram•ming. n.
1. a drawing or plan that outlines and explains the parts or operation of something.
2. a figure, usu. consisting of a line drawing, made to accompany and illustrate a geometrical theorem or the like.
3. a chart or plan.
v.t.
4. to make a diagram of.
[1610–20; < Latin diagramma < Greek: that which is marked out by lines. See dia-, -gram1]
di′a•gram`ma•ble, adj.
di`a•gram•mat′ic (-grəˈmæt ɪk) adj.
di`a•gram•mat′i•cal•ly, adv.

diagram


Past participle: diagrammed
Gerund: diagramming

Imperative
diagram
diagram
Present
I diagram
you diagram
he/she/it diagrams
we diagram
you diagram
they diagram
Preterite
I diagrammed
you diagrammed
he/she/it diagrammed
we diagrammed
you diagrammed
they diagrammed
Present Continuous
I am diagramming
you are diagramming
he/she/it is diagramming
we are diagramming
you are diagramming
they are diagramming
Present Perfect
I have diagrammed
you have diagrammed
he/she/it has diagrammed
we have diagrammed
you have diagrammed
they have diagrammed
Past Continuous
I was diagramming
you were diagramming
he/she/it was diagramming
we were diagramming
you were diagramming
they were diagramming
Past Perfect
I had diagrammed
you had diagrammed
he/she/it had diagrammed
we had diagrammed
you had diagrammed
they had diagrammed
Future
I will diagram
you will diagram
he/she/it will diagram
we will diagram
you will diagram
they will diagram
Future Perfect
I will have diagrammed
you will have diagrammed
he/she/it will have diagrammed
we will have diagrammed
you will have diagrammed
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Future Continuous
I will be diagramming
you will be diagramming
he/she/it will be diagramming
we will be diagramming
you will be diagramming
they will be diagramming
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been diagramming
you have been diagramming
he/she/it has been diagramming
we have been diagramming
you have been diagramming
they have been diagramming
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been diagramming
you will have been diagramming
he/she/it will have been diagramming
we will have been diagramming
you will have been diagramming
they will have been diagramming
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been diagramming
you had been diagramming
he/she/it had been diagramming
we had been diagramming
you had been diagramming
they had been diagramming
Conditional
I would diagram
you would diagram
he/she/it would diagram
we would diagram
you would diagram
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Past Conditional
I would have diagrammed
you would have diagrammed
he/she/it would have diagrammed
we would have diagrammed
you would have diagrammed
they would have diagrammed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.diagram - a drawing intended to explain how something worksdiagram - a drawing intended to explain how something works; a drawing showing the relation between the parts
block diagram - a diagram showing the interconnections between the components of system (especially an electronic system)
drawing - a representation of forms or objects on a surface by means of lines; "drawings of abstract forms"; "he did complicated pen-and-ink drawings like medieval miniatures"
horoscope - a diagram of the positions of the planets and signs of the zodiac at a particular time and place
schematic, schematic drawing - diagram of an electrical or mechanical system
Venn diagram, Venn's diagram - a diagram that uses circles to represent mathematical or logical sets pictorially inside a rectangle (the universal set); elements that are common to more than one set are represented by intersections of the circles
zodiac - (astrology) a circular diagram representing the 12 zodiacal constellations and showing their signs
Verb1.diagram - make a schematic or technical drawing of that shows interactions among variables or how something is constructed
draw - represent by making a drawing of, as with a pencil, chalk, etc. on a surface; "She drew an elephant"; "Draw me a horse"
graph - plot upon a graph

diagram

noun plan, figure, drawing, chart, outline, representation, sketch, layout, graph a diagram showing the workings of the engine
Translations
رَسْم بَيانيرَسْمٌ بِيَانِيّ
diagramgrafschéma
diagram
diagrammi
dijagram
skÿringarmynd, uppdráttur
그림
diagrama
diagramma
diagram
diagram
แผนภาพ
biểu đồ

diagram

[ˈdaɪəgræm] N (= plan) → esquema m; (= chart) → gráfica f (Math) → diagrama m

diagram

[ˈdaɪəgræm] ndiagramme m, schéma m
to draw a diagram → faire un schéma

diagram

n (Math) → Diagramm nt; (of machine etc)Diagramm nt, → Schaubild nt; (= chart: of figures etc) → grafische Darstellung; as shown in the diagramwie das Diagramm/die grafische Darstellung zeigt

diagram

[ˈdaɪəˌgræm] ndiagramma m, schema m (Math) → diagramma, grafico

diagram

(ˈdaiəgrӕm) noun
a drawing used to explain something that is difficult to understand. This book has diagrams showing the parts of a car engine.

diagram

رَسْمٌ بِيَانِيّ diagram diagram Diagramm διάγραμμα diagrama, esquema diagrammi diagramme dijagram diagramma 그림 diagram diagram wykres diagrama диаграмма diagram แผนภาพ şekil biểu đồ 示意图

di·a·gram

n. diagrama.
References in classic literature ?
It was further decorated with strange and seemingly cabalistic figures and diagrams, suitable to the quaint taste of the age which had been drawn in the stucco, when newly laid on, and had now grown hard and durable, for the admiration of after times.
How could a man lecture if his diagrams were going to behave like that
Miss Ward has gone for some astronomical diagrams in which we are interested," said Agatha, looking up gravely.
They will have charts and diagrams hung in the telephone booths, so that the person who is waiting for a call may learn a little and pass the time more pleasantly.
You will please deposit the boxes, fifty in number, which form the consignment, in the partially ruined building forming part of the house and marked `A' on rough diagrams enclosed.
Differences, however, were notoriously half the charm of travel, and perhaps even most when they couldn't be expressed in figures, numbers, diagrams or the other merely useful symbols.
He sat in a rotating chair behind a broad table, which was covered with books, maps, and diagrams.
Diagrams have their own beauty; but it is of just the other sort, They stand for the unalterable things; the calm, eternal, mathematical sort of truths; what somebody calls the 'white radiance of'--"
The diagrams, the violin-case, and the pipe-rack-- even the Persian slipper which contained the tobacco--all met my eyes as I glanced round me.
If he had to blame any one, it was necessary for him to move all the papers within his reach, or describe various diagrams with his stick, or make calculations with the odd money in his pocket, before he could begin; and he would rather do other men's work than find fault with their doing.
I've been studying A-B-C-D diagrams of carving for the past month," said Gilbert.
The matter looked dreary reading enough, with illustrative diagrams and repulsive tables of figures, and the copy was sixty years old.