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Etymology

1. chart

noun. ['ˈtʃɑːrt'] a visual display of information.

Synonyms

  • flip chart
  • star chart
  • profile
  • color chart
  • eye chart
  • bar chart
  • plot
  • pie chart
  • bar graph
  • visual communication

Etymology

  • charte (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • charta (Latin)

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  • smartt
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  • marte
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Example sentences of the word flow-chart


1. Noun Phrase
Many standard icons serve to represent a variety of other elements in a flow chart.

2. Noun Phrase
Add the automatic stick figure to a diagram or flow chart.

3. Noun Phrase
Programmers use tools like design documentation, flow charts and pseudocode to keep the programming process organized.

4. Noun Phrase
The lines of pseudocode are modeled after the visual logical patterns in the flow charts.

2. chart

verb. ['ˈtʃɑːrt'] make a chart of.

Etymology

  • charte (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • charta (Latin)

3. chart

noun. ['ˈtʃɑːrt'] a map designed to assist navigation by air or sea.

Synonyms

  • naval chart
  • navigational chart
  • pilot chart

Antonyms

  • prosecute
  • literalize
  • spiritualize

Etymology

  • charte (Middle French (ca. 1400-1600))
  • charta (Latin)

4. flow

noun. ['ˈfloʊ'] the motion characteristic of fluids (liquids or gases).

Synonyms

  • fountain
  • ooze
  • flowing
  • overspill
  • jet
  • seepage
  • airflow
  • trickle
  • backflowing
  • backflow
  • run
  • ebb
  • overflow
  • drippage
  • surge
  • discharge
  • dripping
  • outpouring
  • reflux
  • current
  • gush
  • flux
  • flush
  • runoff
  • rush
  • freshet
  • upsurge
  • fluxion
  • air flow
  • dribble
  • stream
  • spate
  • emission
  • flow of air
  • drip
  • change of location
  • travel

Antonyms

  • earned run
  • exempt
  • confine
  • fail

Etymology

  • flowan (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. flow

verb. ['ˈfloʊ'] move or progress freely as if in a stream.

Synonyms

  • ripple
  • riffle
  • undulate
  • transpire
  • cockle
  • move
  • ruffle
  • flux

Antonyms

  • rise
  • levitation
  • gravitation
  • descend

Etymology

  • flowan (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

6. flow

verb. ['ˈfloʊ'] move along, of liquids.

Synonyms

  • tide
  • waste
  • eddy
  • run down
  • ooze
  • run out
  • whirlpool
  • gutter
  • feed
  • jet
  • drain
  • trickle
  • spill
  • run
  • whirl
  • surge
  • gush
  • move
  • course
  • purl
  • flush
  • filter
  • swirl
  • run off
  • circulate
  • dribble
  • stream
  • pour
  • well out

Antonyms

  • ebb
  • recede
  • ride
  • follow

Etymology

  • flowan (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. flow

noun. ['ˈfloʊ'] the amount of fluid that flows in a given time.

Synonyms

  • cardiac output
  • flow rate
  • rate

Antonyms

  • hold
  • enlist
  • fill
  • charge

Etymology

  • flowan (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. flow

noun. ['ˈfloʊ'] the act of flowing or streaming; continuous progression.

Synonyms

  • move
  • overflow
  • spill
  • movement
  • spillage
  • motion
  • outpouring
  • flood
  • stream

Antonyms

  • rough
  • chromatic
  • arrive
  • malfunction

Etymology

  • flowan (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. flow

noun. ['ˈfloʊ'] any uninterrupted stream or discharge.

Synonyms

  • slipstream
  • streamline flow
  • natural action
  • activity
  • action
  • inflow
  • flowage
  • airstream
  • turbulent flow
  • filling
  • backwash
  • outflow
  • race
  • natural process
  • efflux
  • wash
  • effluence

Antonyms

  • inflow
  • outflow
  • efflux
  • flood tide

Etymology

  • flowan (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. flow

noun. ['ˈfloʊ'] dominant course (suggestive of running water) of successive events or ideas.

Synonyms

  • current
  • stream
  • course

Antonyms

  • idle
  • integrate
  • stay
  • tide

Etymology

  • flowan (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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