graphics


graphics
noun
ADJECTIVE
computer, computer-generated
basic, simple

The screen can display simple graphics as well as text.

high-end, state-of-the-art
fancy, flashy (disapproving, informal)
colour/color
high-resolution
three-dimensional, two-dimensional
2-D, 3-D
VERB + GRAPHICS
create, produce
display
support

The editor's PC should support desktop publishing and graphics.

GRAPHICS + NOUN
application, package, program, software, system
capability, performance
card, file
design, designer

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