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graphic in Visual topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgraphicgraph‧ic /ˈɡræfɪk/ ●○○ adjective  1 CLEAR/EASY TO UNDERSTANDa graphic account or description of an event is very clear and gives a lot of details, especially unpleasant ones syn vivid a graphic account of her unhappy childhood His illness is described in graphic detail.2 [only before noun]AV connected with or including drawing, printing, or designinggraphics a graphic artist the graphic arts
Examples from the Corpus
graphicPhotoshop is the program used by most graphic artists for the slick effects seen on the Web.For decompression sickness, your dive history is available in graphic detail for hyperbaric specialists to consult.We also captured some graphic film of the screaming kids.Java applets are capable of handling a wide variety of graphic formats as well as creating graphics on the fly.The electrocardiogram provides a graphic indication of the membrane effects of altered potassium concentrations.The movie contains graphic language and scenes of drug use.But the film goes on to develop graphic, orifice-stuffing permutations on the theme of you are what you eat.in graphic detailTheir obsessive story is told in graphic detail as they sail merrily along on an ocean liner.For decompression sickness, your dive history is available in graphic detail for hyperbaric specialists to consult.She knew exactly what he meant, could recall in graphic detail the event to which he was referring.