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Translation of "graph" - English-Spanish dictionary

graph

noun   /ɡrɑːf/
a picture that shows different amounts by using a line or many lines gráfico
(Definition of graph from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

graph

noun /ɡraf/
a diagram consisting of a line or lines drawn to show changes in some quantity gráfica, gráfico a graph of temperature changes.
graphic adjective
vivid gráfico, vívido a graphic description of the accident.
of painting, drawing etc gráfico the graphic arts.
graphically adverb
gráficamente
graphic design noun
the art or profession of combining pictures, words, and ideas for books, magazines etc. diseño gráfico
graphic designer noun
diseñador gráfico
graph paper noun
paper covered in small squares used for drawing graphs on. papel cuadriculado/milimetrado
(Definition of graph from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “graph”
in Korean 도표, 그래프…
in Arabic رَسْم بَياني…
in Malaysian graf…
in French graphique…
in Russian график, диаграмма…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常用直線或曲線表示的)圖,圖表,圖解…
in Italian grafico…
in Turkish grafik, tablo…
in Polish wykres…
in Vietnamese đồ thị…
in Portuguese gráfico…
in Thai เส้นกราฟ…
in German das Kurvenbild…
in Catalan gràfic…
in Japanese グラフ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (通常用直线或曲线表示的)图,图表,图解…
in Indonesian grafik…
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