Definition of biographic in English:

biographic

adjective

  • See biographical

    • ‘This was the earliest time that CIA had full biographic information on al-Hazmi.’
    • ‘David Lynch's last cinematic outing was The Straight Story which demonstrated an unexpected sensitivity towards biographic detail.’
    • ‘The film is not just a narrative on the paintings of Ravi Varma or just a biographic sketch, says the director.’
    • ‘The biographic cabaret-style show is built around the life and times of one of R & B's greatest talents, set on the heart-breaking Christmas Eve in the 70s when the love of her life tragically passed away.’
    • ‘But all this is ignored, because, in order to flatten out Potter's work into biographic expressivism, his modernist/formalist innovations have to be downplayed.’

Pronunciation

biographic

/bʌɪəˈɡrafɪk/