# graph

[ɡræf]

## graph Definition

• 1a diagram showing the relation between variable quantities, typically of two variables, each measured along one of a pair of axes at right angles.
• 2a collection of points plotted on a coordinate plane

## Using graph: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "graph" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

• Example

The graph shows the relationship between temperature and pressure.

• Example

We used a graph to illustrate the data.

• Example

The line graph indicates a steady increase in sales over the past year.

## Phrases with graph

• ### bargraph

a graph that uses bars to represent data

Example

The bar graph showed the number of students who preferred each type of music.

• ### linegraph

a graph that uses lines to show changes in data over time

Example

The line graph illustrated the changes in temperature over the course of a week.

• ### piegraph

a graph that uses a circle divided into sectors to represent data

Example

The pie graph displayed the percentage of people who preferred each type of food.

## Origins of graph

from Greek 'graphein', meaning 'to write'

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## Summary: graph in Brief

A 'graph' [ɡræf] is a visual representation of the relationship between two or more variables. It can take many forms, such as a line graph or bar graph, and is used to illustrate data in a clear and concise manner. For example, 'The graph shows the relationship between temperature and pressure.'

How do native speakers use this expression?

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