cartographynoun [ U ]uk /kɑːˈtɒɡ.rə.fi/ us /kɑːrˈtɑː.ɡrə.fi/
Examples from literature
- However, that such a record was made appears evident when we consider certain early charts, follow carefully the testimony which the evolution of Australian cartography affords, and take cognisance of various descriptive passages to be found in old authors.
- It is for you rather than me to say how this sketch map of mine lies with regard to your own more systematic cartography....
- The mount satisfied him, and when, as they approached nearer, discrepancies in shape between the island and the map were pointed out to him he easily explained them by speaking of the difficulties of cartography to an amateur.
- This is how I came to enter the studio devoted to the cartography of Northern Africa.