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English definition of “graphic”

graphic

adjective
 
 
/ˈɡræfɪk/
relating to the use of graphs to show information: Figure 6.2 provides a graphic representationof the key processes in the management of change.
skilled at using drawings and pictures, especially in the production of books, magazines, software, etc.: a graphic artist/illustrator
using drawings and pictures rather than text: We can supply both graphic and text advertisements. a graphic novel
giving a very strong and clear idea of something: a graphic description/depiction The article contains graphic descriptions of the effects of poverty on a whole population.
(Definition of graphic adjective from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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