Definition of 'graphics'
Example sentences containing 'graphics'
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Fancy graphics and faster processing are almost a given. The Sun (2013)The most spectacular part was extended with computer graphics. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Before the overture has run its course our eyes are dazzled by computer graphics projected on to the curtain. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)Without computer graphics, they had to be more imaginative with their special effects back then. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Enjoy interactive graphics, picture galleries and video. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Amazing interactive graphics, stats and exclusive video. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Soon after that, we heard about the next generation of consoles - and then we could fully utilise the tech the computer graphics guys had brought over. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'graphics'
British English: graphics /ˈɡræfɪks/ NOUN
Graphics are drawings and pictures that are composed using simple lines and sometimes strong colours.
The articles are noticeably shorter with strong headlines and graphics.
- American English: graphics
- Arabic: رُسُوم جرافيك
- Brazilian Portuguese: gráfico
- Chinese: 图形
- Croatian: grafika
- Czech: grafika
- Danish: grafik
- Dutch: grafische afbeeldingen
- European Spanish: diseño gráfico
- Finnish: grafiikka
- French: graphisme
- German: grafische Darstellung
- Greek: γραφικά
- Italian: grafica
- Japanese: 画像
- Korean: 제도법
- Norwegian: grafikk
- Polish: grafika
- European Portuguese: gráfico
- Romanian: grafică
- Russian: графика
- Spanish: diseño gráfico
- Swedish: grafik
- Thai: ภาพกราฟฟิก
- Turkish: grafik
- Ukrainian: графіка
- Vietnamese: hình minh họa
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