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-graph

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-graph

noun combining form

: something that is written or drawn

: a machine that records or sends information

Full Definition of -GRAPH

1
:  something written or drawn <monograph>
2
[French -graphe, from Late Latin -graphus] :  instrument for making or transmitting records or images <chronograph>

Origin of -GRAPH

Latin -graphum, from Greek -graphon, from neuter of -graphos written, from graphein to write — more at carve

-graph

noun combining form \ˌgraf\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of -GRAPH

1
:  something written <monograph>
2
:  instrument for making or transmitting records <electrocardiograph>

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