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-graph

(word root) writing
Examples of words with the root -graph: lithograph
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top: bar graph
bottom: line graph

graph 1

 (grăf)
n.
1. A diagram that exhibits a relationship, often functional, between two sets of numbers as a set of points having coordinates determined by the relationship. Also called plot.
2. A pictorial device, such as a pie chart or bar graph, used to illustrate quantitative relationships. Also called chart.
tr.v. graphed, graph·ing, graphs
1. To represent by a graph.
2. To plot (a function) on a graph.

[Short for graphic formula.]

graph 2

 (grăf)
n.
1. The spelling of a word.
2. Any of the possible forms of a grapheme.
3. A written character that represents a vowel, consonant, syllable, word, or other expression and that cannot be further analyzed.

[Greek graphē, writing; see graphic.]
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graph

(ɡrɑːf; ɡræf)
n
1. (Mathematics) Also called: chart a drawing depicting the relation between certain sets of numbers or quantities by means of a series of dots, lines, etc, plotted with reference to a set of axes. See also bar graph
2. (Mathematics) maths a drawing depicting a functional relation between two or three variables by means of a curve or surface containing only those points whose coordinates satisfy the relation
3. (Mathematics) maths a structure represented by a diagram consisting of points (vertices) joined by lines (edges)
4. (Linguistics) linguistics a symbol in a writing system not further subdivisible into other such symbols
vb
(Mathematics) (tr) to draw or represent in a graph
[C19: short for graphic formula]
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graph

(græf, grɑf)

n.
1. a diagram representing a system of connections or interrelations among two or more things, as by a number of distinctive dots or lines.
2. Math.
a. a series of discrete or continuous points, as in forming a curve or surface, each of which represents a value of a given function.
b. a network of lines connecting points.
3. a written symbol for an idea, a sound, or a linguistic expression.
v.t.
4. to draw (a curve) as representing a given mathematical function.
5. to represent by means of a graph.
[1875–80; see graphic]

-graph

a combining form meaning “something written, printed, drawn, or incised” ( autograph; lithograph; monograph; pictograph); “an instrument that produces, transmits, or plays back a record, image, or message” ( phonograph; seismograph; telegraph) “the image produced by a camera or similar apparatus” (photograph); “a device or process for writing or printing” ( pantograph; stenograph); “a graph or chart” ( hydrograph);also used as a variant of -gram1 ( holograph; ideograph).
[< Greek -graphos (something) drawn or written, one who draws or writes, derivative of gráphein to write, draw; akin to carve]
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graph

(grăf)
1. A diagram showing the relationship of quantities, especially such a diagram in which lines, bars, or proportional areas represent how one quantity depends on or changes with another.
2. A curve or line showing a mathematical function or equation, typically drawn in a Cartesian coordinate system.
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graph


Past participle: graphed
Gerund: graphing

Imperative
graph
graph
Present
I graph
you graph
he/she/it graphs
we graph
you graph
they graph
Preterite
I graphed
you graphed
he/she/it graphed
we graphed
you graphed
they graphed
Present Continuous
I am graphing
you are graphing
he/she/it is graphing
we are graphing
you are graphing
they are graphing
Present Perfect
I have graphed
you have graphed
he/she/it has graphed
we have graphed
you have graphed
they have graphed
Past Continuous
I was graphing
you were graphing
he/she/it was graphing
we were graphing
you were graphing
they were graphing
Past Perfect
I had graphed
you had graphed
he/she/it had graphed
we had graphed
you had graphed
they had graphed
Future
I will graph
you will graph
he/she/it will graph
we will graph
you will graph
they will graph
Future Perfect
I will have graphed
you will have graphed
he/she/it will have graphed
we will have graphed
you will have graphed
they will have graphed
Future Continuous
I will be graphing
you will be graphing
he/she/it will be graphing
we will be graphing
you will be graphing
they will be graphing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been graphing
you have been graphing
he/she/it has been graphing
we have been graphing
you have been graphing
they have been graphing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been graphing
you will have been graphing
he/she/it will have been graphing
we will have been graphing
you will have been graphing
they will have been graphing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been graphing
you had been graphing
he/she/it had been graphing
we had been graphing
you had been graphing
they had been graphing
Conditional
I would graph
you would graph
he/she/it would graph
we would graph
you would graph
they would graph
Past Conditional
I would have graphed
you would have graphed
he/she/it would have graphed
we would have graphed
you would have graphed
they would have graphed
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.graph - a visual representation of the relations between certain quantities plotted with reference to a set of axesgraph - a visual representation of the relations between certain quantities plotted with reference to a set of axes
seismogram - the graphical record of an earth tremor made by using a seismograph
visual communication - communication that relies on vision
curve - a line on a graph representing data
characterisic function, characteristic curve - (electronics) graph showing how a particular characteristic of a device varies with other parameters
ballistocardiogram - a graphical recording made by a ballistocardiograph
echoencephalogram - a graphical image of the brain produced by an echoencephalograph
echocardiogram - a graphical image of the heart produced by an echocardiograph
cardiogram, ECG, EKG, electrocardiogram - a graphical recording of the cardiac cycle produced by an electrocardiograph
EEG, electroencephalogram, encephalogram - a graphical record of electrical activity of the brain; produced by an electroencephalograph
electroretinogram - a graphical recording of the electrical activity of the retina that results when light is flashed into the eye
Laffer curve - a graph purporting to show the relation between tax rates and government income; income increases as tax rates increase up to an optimum beyond which income declines
learning curve - a graph showing the rate of learning (especially a graph showing the amount recalled as a function of the number of attempts to recall)
myogram - a graphical recording of muscle activity
radiation diagram, radiation pattern, pattern - graphical representation (in polar or Cartesian coordinates) of the spatial distribution of radiation from an antenna as a function of angle
tachogram - a graphical record of speed and distance produced by a tachograph
thermogram - a graphical record produced by a thermograph
exponential curve - a graph of an exponential function
Verb1.graph - represent by means of a graph; "chart the data"
interpret, represent - create an image or likeness of; "The painter represented his wife as a young girl"
2.graph - plot upon a graph
diagram, plot - make a schematic or technical drawing of that shows interactions among variables or how something is constructed
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graph

noun diagram, figure, table, chart, representation As the graph shows, inflation has risen sharply over the last two months.
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Translations
رَسْم بَيانيرَسْمٌ بَيَانِيّ
граф
graf
graf
grafeo
diagrammigraafikaaviokaaviokuvaverkko
graf
gráfgrafikon
graf, línurit
graficografo
グラフ
그래프
grafikasgrafikosgrafiškaimilimetrinis popieriusvaizduojamasis
diagrammagrafiks
grafwykres
graf
grafikon
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กราฟ
biểu đồ

graph

[grɑːf]
A. Ngráfica f, gráfico m
B. CPD graph paper Npapel m cuadriculado
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graph

[ˈgrɑːf ˈgræf] ngraphique m
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graph

nDiagramm nt, → Schaubild nt; (Math, of a function) → Graph m, → Schaubild nt
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graph

[grɑːf] ngrafico, diagramma m
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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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graph

رَسْمٌ بَيَانِيّ graf graf Diagramm γραφική παράσταση gráfico kaavio graphique graf grafico グラフ 그래프 grafiek kurve wykres gráfico график diagram กราฟ grafik biểu đồ 图表
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graph

n gráfico or gráfica
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When the telegraph was mentioned, they told how in Revolutionary days the patriots used a system of signalling called "Washington's Tele- graph," consisting of a pole, a flag, a basket, and a barrel.
One morning he gave me a packet of papers and a photo- graph,--the lot tied together with a shoe-string.
Christofides, Graph Theory: An Algorithmic Approach, Computer Science and Applied Mathematics, Academic Press, New York, NY, USA, 1975.
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