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pic·to·gram

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

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

pictogram

[ˈpɪktəʊgræm] Npictograma m
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pictogram

, pictograph
nPiktogramm nt
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pictogram

[ˈpɪktəˌgræm] npittogramma m
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For example, the technology could alert the driver of emergency vehicles by recognising the sound of a siren, vibrating the wheel as an alert and displaying the appropriate pictogram on the HUD.
For example, the technology could alert the driver of emergency vehicles by recognizing the sound of a siren, vibrating the wheel as an alert and displaying the appropriate pictogram on the HUD.
So, when Neil Schneider started putting rebus, or pictogram, puzzles in the front window of his store, J&M Hardware & Locksmiths in New York City, he hoped they would at least make customers curious enough to come inside and find the answer.
In addition, each Key conveyor's identification, specifications, and stroke indicator are now laser-etched or stamped on to stainless steel, and the colorful ISO safety pictogram labels use epoxy-based baked finish over stainless steel.
They use a standardized format, which includes a pictogram reflecting the hazard and precautionary statements.
PictNet is an online pictogram communication system designed for children from different countries to communicate with multilingual support while reflecting each user's cultural background.
Then, the subject was asked to have a look at the card and to tell the meaning of the word or pictogram on the card within 30 s and then to put the card in a basket beside the box.
Product warnings must contain the yellow triangle pictogram. When yellow is not used on a label, the pictogram can be in black and white.
The pictogram format provides the hazard identification during the chemical introduction process.
On each GHS label, six specific items of data are required: Product Name or Identifier; Hazard Statement; Signal Word; GHS Pictogram symbols; Precautionary Statement; and Supplier Information.