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pic·to·gram

 (pĭk′tə-grăm′)
[Latin pictus, past participle of pingere, to paint; see pictograph + -gram.]

pictogram

(ˈpɪktəˌɡræm)
n
(Linguistics) another word for pictograph
Translations
piktogrammi
象形
piktogram

pictogram

[ˈpɪktəʊgræm] Npictograma m

pictogram

, pictograph
nPiktogramm nt

pictogram

[ˈpɪktəˌgræm] npittogramma m
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Mixtures containing solvents now have to carry a pictogram with a flames symbol to show the danger of flammability.
Patients 10-17 years of age, or the caregivers of patients 9 and younger, were asked the significance of each pictogram and the poster's overall message (devoid of text).
html Table 3 Hazard Communication Standard Pictogram As of June 1, 2015, the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) will require pictograms on labels to alert users of the chemical hazards to which they may be exposed.
The standard (Globally Harmonized System) pictogram for toxic hazards (only for consumer products other than foods, occupational, and environmental warnings);
This collaborative project challenged me to creatively and formally interpret birds through a pictogram.
Each pictogram consists of a symbol on a white background framed within a red border and represents a distinct hazard.
Practical examples should be given for specific chemicals and the associated hazard pictogram and potential signal words.
It all started with a square yellow poster with a black pictogram of a hand with the fingers up and the thumb tucked in, representing the number four in Arabic, which is pronounced the same way as Rab, the name of one of the former sites of a Brotherhood sit-in.
Moreover, Dutch Icon emphasizes its specialties which range from icon design, symbol design, vector stock and custom icons, graphic design, brand vocabulary, graphic applications, and pictogram designs.
The design of each ticket features the sport pictogram and the color scheme reflects that of each venue to help spectators reach their destination.
Rosemary Dalziell responds: I regret Jeffery Gage has misunderstood the pictogram in my article as being a depiction of family-centred care (FCC).
The design is extremely impressive and they've done a great job in ensuring the pictogram is reflective and symbolic of the sport.