Definition of seismogram in English:

seismogram

noun

  • A record produced by a seismograph.

    • ‘The scientists found that the seismograms were almost identical for waves that had travelled only in the mantle, or Earth's crust, and outer core.’
    • ‘The seismograms from earthquakes recorded at stations all over the world are analyzed to derive compressional and shear wave velocity and density as a function of depth.’
    • ‘All data are rapidly made available, and seismograms from large earthquakes are posted within minutes of occurrence.’
    • ‘Seismic interpretation began with the generation of synthetic seismograms and subsequent ties to seismic data.’

Pronunciation:

seismogram

/ˈsʌɪzmə(ʊ)ɡram/