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delineate

verb /(British ) diˈliniˌeit; (American) diˈliniːˌeit/
(formal) to describe or portray something in detail or very accurately
Definir
The postholder’s responsibilities are precisely delineated in the contract.
(formal) to show the exact limit or border of something
Delinear
The Durand Line was drawn up by the British in 1893 to delineate the boundary between what was then British India and the Kingdom of Afghanistan.
delineation noun
Delineación
A legal description provides an exact delineation of the property boundaries.
Translations of “delineate”
in Chinese (Traditional) 描述, 勾畫…
in Chinese (Simplified) 描述, 勾勒…
(Definition of delineate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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