Definition of diagrammatic in English:


Syllabification: di·a·gram·mat·ic
Pronunciation: /ˌdīəɡrəˈmadik


Of or in the form of a diagram: a diagrammatic representation of the system
More example sentences
  • One would not suspect an engineering background behind his mature work; the only point at which it exerted some influence was in his careful and expert draughtsmanship and his preference for diagrammatic representation.
  • A model can be developed as a diagrammatic representation of the generic or core competencies required for the company to create the ‘ideal employee’ or ideal set of employees.
  • A diagrammatic illustration of the reactions described in equations 1 through 4, as they occur in muscle, is shown below.
graphic, graphical, representational, representative, schematic, simplified



Pronunciation: /ˌdīəɡrəˈmatik(ə)lē/
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  • His initial explorations were narrative, but in 1993 he made the discovery that some kinds of information are best expressed diagrammatically.
  • Also, it is difficult to get across diagrammatically the iterative nature of grounded theory - in particular its commitment to the idea that data collection and analysis occur in parallel.
  • These hypotheses and their interconnectedness are shown diagrammatically on the opposite page.

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