**Graph** — may refer to:* A graphic (such as a chart or diagram) depicting the relationship between two or more variables used, for instance, in visualising scientific data.In mathematics:* Graph (mathematics), a set of vertices connected with edges * Graph … Wikipedia

**Graph** — 〈m. 16; Math.〉 = Graf2 * * * 1Graph , Graf , der; en, en [zu griech. gráphein = schreiben] (bes. Math., Naturwiss.): grafische Darstellung (z. B. von Relationen) in Form von [markierten] Knoten[punkten] u. verbindenden Linien (Kanten). 2Graph,… … Universal-Lexikon

**-graph** — [griech. gráphein = schreiben, aufzeichnen]: Grundwort in Zus. mit der Bed. »aufzeichnendes Gerät, aufzeichnende Person«, z. B. Dichrograph, Spektrograph, Biograph, vgl. graphie. * * * graph: ↑ graf. * * * graph, (auch:) graf, der; en, en… … Universal-Lexikon

**graph** — [ græf ] noun count ** a picture that uses lines or curves to show the relationship between numbers or measurements that change: The graph shows that the number of working mothers is increasing. draw/plot/construct a graph: You can then draw a… … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

**graph** — n *chart, map Analogous words: plot, scheme, design, *plan: diagram, outline, sketch (see under SKETCH vb) graph vb chart, map (see under CHART n) Analogous words: see those at GRAPH n … New Dictionary of Synonyms

**graph** — graph1 [graf, gräf] n. [short for graphic formula] 1. a diagram, as a curve, broken line, or series of bars, representing various kinds of quantitative information and relationships, such as the successive changes in a variable quantity or… … English World dictionary

**-graph** — ( gr[.a]f) [From Gr. gra fein to write. See {Graphic}.] A suffix signifying something written (as in {digraph}), a writing; also, a writer or an instrument that produces a written or visible record of a measurement, such as a spectrograph; as,… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

**graph...** — graph..., ...graph, Wortbildungselement, grapho … Universal-Lexikon

**...graph** — …graph 〈Nachsilbe; zur Bildung männl. Subst.〉 oV 1. Schreiber, Zeichner; Stenograph 2. Geschriebenes; Autograph 3. Beschreiber, Wissenschaftler; Lexikograph 4. wissenschaftl. Messgerät; Pluviograph [Etym.: → Graph] … Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

**graph** — [gra:f US græf] n [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: graphic formula] a drawing that uses a line or lines to show how two or more sets of measurements are related to each other →↑chart ▪ Martin showed me a graph of their recent sales … Dictionary of contemporary English