English version

bar graph

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Statistics, Maths
bar graphˈbar graph noun [countable]  HMSa bar chart
Examples from the Corpus
bar graphBreathing rhythm was established by the movement of a bar graph displayed on the computer screen.The output was a bar graph to show how much the new input resembled each of the ten people.This can be done on an annual basis with a bar graph which reveals the annual growth rate.A bar graph shows present depth and maximum depth reached.About how much of every £100 is spent on each item shown in the divided bar graph?Underneath the bar graph are listed the inbred mouse strains or transgenics from which the analysis was made.
From Longman Business Dictionarybar graphˈbar graph American English a graph in the form of a series of long thin boxes next to each other, each box representing an amount being compared with all the others SYN bar chart BrE graph
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