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graphics

Pronunciation: /ˈgræfɪks/

Translation of graphics in Spanish:

plural noun/nombre plural

  • 1 (graphic design) (+ plural verb/+ verbo en plural) diseño (masculine) gráfico
    Example sentences
    • You will learn about writing and graphics and photographs and design, and why one type face is preferable to another and why this Web site is superior to that.
    • He won an award at school when he was six and he really wants to go into design or graphics and cartoons.
    • Glaser designed all of their graphics and posters for the year 2000.
  • 2 [Computing/Informática] gráficos (masculine plural) high-resolution graphics gráficos de alta resolución
    Example sentences
    • This is RAM that is dedicated to handling the visuals and graphics on your notebook computer.
    • The site itself will contain about 10-15 pages of HTML with a total of maybe 5MB of graphics and images.
    • To increase the loading speed of your main page you should avoid large graphics or excessive graphics.
    Example sentences
    • The font, the graphics, the screen capture images are top-notch publishing and desktop publishing reference works of art.
    • Always resize your image in your graphics software before you insert it onto your web page.
    • Computer games are an intricate blend of immersive graphics and creative gameplay programming.

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