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1monograph

noun mono·graph \ˈmä-nə-ˌgraf\

Definition of MONOGRAPH

:  a learned treatise on a small area of learning; also :  a written account of a single thing
mono·graph·ic \ˌmä-nə-ˈgra-fik\ adjective

First Known Use of MONOGRAPH

1821

Other Education Terms

baccalaureate, colloquium, corequisite, dissertation, pedant, practicum, survey course, thesis

2monograph

verb

Definition of MONOGRAPH

transitive verb
:  to write a monograph on

First Known Use of MONOGRAPH

1856

Other Education Terms

baccalaureate, colloquium, corequisite, dissertation, monograph, pedant, practicum, survey course, thesis

monograph

noun mono·graph \ˈmän-ə-ˌgraf\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of MONOGRAPH

1
:  a learned detailed treatise covering a small area of a field of learning <this monograph covers the development of intravenous anesthesia from 1872—Journal of the American Medical Association>
2
:  a description (as in the United States Pharmacopeia) of the name, chemical formula, and uniform method for determining the strength and purity of a drug
monograph transitive verb

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