verb (used with object)
- radiogold colloid,
Origin of radiograph
Examples from the Web for radiograph
No, that radiograph which I have labeled number one is not a copy.
"Look at the bottom of the other radiograph, number one, further toward the left," pursued Kennedy resistlessly.
It is easy, on the contrary, to work the glass in such a way as to prevent any irregularity in the radiograph.
In women we are able, with the help of a radiograph, to form an idea beforehand as to the degree of depression which may be left.
A radiograph represents all the pigments underneath, also producing effects in proportion to their densities.