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graph paper

n.
Paper ruled usually into small squares of equal size for use in drawing charts, graphs, or diagrams.

graph paper

n
(Mathematics) paper printed with intersecting lines, usually horizontal and vertical and equally spaced, for drawing graphs, diagrams, etc

graph′ pa`per


n.
paper printed with a pattern of lines for plotting graphs.
[1925–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.graph paper - paper that has lines to permit drawing graphsgraph paper - paper that has lines to permit drawing graphs
paper - a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood or rags or certain grasses
Translations
ورق رَسْم بياني
milimetrový papír
millimeterpapir
milliméterpapír
grafpappír, línuritapappír
milimetrový papier
grafik kağıdımilimetrik kâğıt

graph paper

graph paper

ncarta millimetrata

graph

(graf) noun
a diagram consisting of a line or lines drawn to show changes in some quantity. a graph of temperature changes.
ˈgraphic adjective
1. vivid. a graphic description of an accident.
2. of painting, drawing etc. the graphic arts.
ˈgraphically adverb
graph paper
paper covered in small squares used for drawing graphs on.
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