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graphic
American English: /ˈɡræfɪk/
British English: /ˈɡrafɪk/

Translation of graphic in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1 (vivid)
    (account/description)
    muy gráfico
    in graphic detail
    con todo lujo de detalles
  • 2 (Art) graphic artist
    artista gráfico, (-ca) (masculine, feminine)
    the graphic arts
    las artes gráficas
    graphic designer
    diseñador gráfico, (diseñadora gráfica (masculine, feminine) )
    Example sentences
    • In contrast, her graphic wood engravings reflect the turmoil of the war years.
    • Three limpid watercolors reveal their development through a few washes applied to a pencil or ink line drawing, providing more graphic than chromatic complexity.
    • Like maps, Lombardi's drawings use a graphic shorthand that viewers need to learn in order to navigate the material.
  • 3 3.1 (in writing, notation)
    (symbol/device)
    3.2 (on a graph)
    (representation)
    in graphic form
    Example sentences
    • Mean zero noise is associated with underestimation of distribution volumes when data are analyzed with graphic analysis.
    • This report includes a graphic analysis with the patient's results plotted against normal values so that the examiner can quickly see how a patient compares.
    • It has the advantage over grouped frequency distribution of retaining the actual data while showing them in graphic form.
    Example sentences
    • The extract was a very graphic, detailed description of a particularly violent rape, as told in past tense by the victim.
    • They described in graphic detail their playground games - modern-day versions of our own ‘kissing games’.
    • In graphic detail, she describes the devastation that would follow, leaving up to 200,000 people dead.

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