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blueprint

noun [C]  us   /ˈbluˌprɪnt/

blueprint noun [C] (PLAN FOR BUILDING)

blueprint noun [C] (PLAN FOR FUTURE)

a complete plan that explains how to do or develop something: The report provided a blueprint for relieving the county’s crowded jail facilities.
Translations of “blueprint”
in Chinese (Traditional) 藍圖, 早期計劃, 早期設計…
in Russian проект…
in Turkish proje, plan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 蓝图, 早期计划, 早期设计…
in Polish projekt, plan…
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