# Definition:Graph (Category Theory)

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## Definition

A **graph** is an interpretation of a metagraph within set theory.

Let $\mathfrak U$ be a class of sets.

A metagraph $\GG$ is a **graph** if and only if:

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If the class $\mathfrak U$ is a set, then morphisms are functions, and the domain and codomain in the definition of a morphism are those familiar from set theory.

If $\mathfrak U$ is a proper class this is not the case, for example the morphisms of $\CC$ need not be functions.

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