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graphic
01. The scenes of [graphic] violence in the film were very frightening.
02. Pornographic movies feature [graphic] sex scenes.
03. Sophie wants to study [graphic] arts in college, with the eventual goal of a career in advertising.
04. Apparently, MacIntosh computers are better for doing [graphics] than PCs.
05. By putting lots of [graphics] into your presentation, you can make it more interesting for your audience.
06. The witness described the murder in [graphic] detail.
07. The documentary film [graphically] illustrated the dangers of taking hard drugs.
08. David Low once said that Walt Disney is the most significant figure in [graphic] art since Leonardo da Vinci.
09. The very [graphic] violence in the film may be disturbing to some viewers.
10. The [graphic] sex in the movie has earned it a restricted rating.
11. The old man's [graphic] description of his experiences in the war frightened many of the school children who attended his presentation.
12. The film mixes real life footage with computer [graphics] to create an original, dreamlike effect.
13. The [graphics] generated by this computer program are so realistic that people often mistake them for photographs.
14. Averil Coxhead has noted that [graphics] such as diagrams of process and pie graphs can provide ESL students with excellent input for writing practice.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • Graphic — Graph ic (gr[a^]f [i^]k), Graphical Graph ic*al (gr[a^]f [i^]*kal), a. [L. graphicus, Gr. grafiko s, fr. gra fein to write; cf. F. graphique. See {Graft}.] 1. Of or pertaining to the arts of painting and drawing; of or pertaining to graphics; as …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • graphic — graphic, vivid, picturesque, pictorial are comparable when they mean having or manifesting a quality or character that produces a strong, clear impression, especially a visual impression. All of these words apply particularly but not exclusively… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Graphic — Graphic(magazine) Pays Corée du sud Langue coréen, anglais Périodicité trimestriel Genre magazine culturel Date de fondation 1er janvier 2007 Édite …   Wikipédia en Français

  • graphic — vivid, 1570s (implied in graphically), from L. graphicus picturesque, from Gk. graphikos of or for writing, belonging to drawing, picturesque, from graphe writing, drawing, from graphein to write (see GRAPHY (Cf. graphy)). Meaning of or… …   Etymology dictionary

  • graphic — [graf′ik] adj. [L graphicus < Gr graphikos, capable of painting or drawing, of writing < graphē, a drawing, writing < graphein, to write, orig., scratch, incise < IE base * gerebh > CARVE, CRAB1] 1. describing or described in… …   English World dictionary

  • graphic — [adj1] clear, explicit colorful, compelling, comprehensible, concrete, convincing, definite, descriptive, detailed, distinct, eloquent, expressive, figurative, forcible, illustrative, incisive, intelligible, lively, lucid, moving, perspicuous,… …   New thesaurus

  • Graphic — (spr. gräffick), Titel einer seit Dezember 1869 in London erscheinenden illustrierten Wochenschrift für die Schilderung der politischen und unpolitischen Tagesereignisse, für Kunst, Wissenschaft und Literatur. Durch die Mitarbeiterschaft der… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • graphic — I adjective clear, cogent, coherent, comprehensible, decorative, delineatory, demonstrative, descriptive, detailed, distinct, effective, energetic, explicatory, explicit, expressive, illustrative, imaginative, lively, lucid, lurid, pictorial,… …   Law dictionary

  • graphic — ► ADJECTIVE 1) relating to visual art, especially involving drawing, engraving, or lettering. 2) giving vividly explicit detail. 3) of or in the form of a graph. ► NOUN Computing ▪ a visual image displayed on a screen or stored as data.… …   English terms dictionary

  • -graphic — [graf′ikəlgraf′ik] combining form forming adjectives of or relating to a (specified) method or process for recording or describing [telegraphic, stenographic]: also suffix combining form graphical [graf′ikəl] …   English World dictionary

  • graphic — ▪ I. graphic graph‧ic 1 [ˈgræfɪk] adjective [only before a noun] relating to drawing, printing, designing etc: • displays of graphic arts, including architectural drawings   [m0] ▪ II. graphic graphic 2 This entry replaces LBED1 entry graphics .… …   Financial and business terms


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