- 1A simplified drawing showing the appearance, structure, or workings of something; a schematic representation: a diagram of the living roomMore example sentences
- They are packed with detail but it doesn't seem overwhelming because the pages are broken up with masses of superb colour photographs, maps, street-by-street diagrams and drawings.
- Apart from the run-of-the-mill stuff like e-mail and word processing, he is teaching himself to use the computer to draw schematic diagrams.
- The data are summarized in the schematic diagram below.
- 1.1 Geometry A figure composed of lines that is used to illustrate a definition or statement or to aid in the proof of a proposition.More example sentences
- Along with many line diagrams and equations, the problems and ‘mathematical meanderings’ strengthen concepts in each chapter.
- Stefan handed some chalk to Spencer who began drawing various diagrams on the board.
- 1.2British A graphical schedule for operating railway locomotives and rolling stock in order to provide a desired service.More example sentences
- But a number of photographs feature interesting vehicles and are supplemented by coach diagrams, schedules and menus.
- Another 12 Class 317 electric trains and 14 more Class 319 units will ensure all diagrams can be run.
- A navigational system pinpoints the train's position in relation to track diagrams.
verb (diagrams, diagramming, diagrammed; US diagrams, diagraming, diagramed)[with object] Back to top
- 1Represent (something) in graphic form: the experiment is diagrammed on page fourteenMore example sentences
- The screening method is diagrammed in Fig 1A and represents a modification of the crossing design of COYNE et al. 1998.
- The Kensico Cemetery burial card diagrams the wedge-shaped plot, 5 feet by 8 by 40.
- By diagramming actual people in actual relationships, we are introducing both mechanical and conceptual problems.
early 17th century: from Latin diagramma, from Greek, from diagraphein 'mark out by lines', from dia 'through' + graphein 'write'.