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scheme

noun /skiːm/
a plan or arrangement; a way of doing something
plan, programa, proyecto
a colour scheme for the room There are various schemes for improving the roads.
a (usually secret) dishonest plan
estratagema
His schemes to steal the money were discovered.
schematic adjective (of a diagram) showing the main parts of something in a simplified way
Esquemática
A final means of describing an electric circuit is by use of conventional circuit symbols to provide a schematic diagram of the circuit and its components.
schematically adverb
Esquematicamente
The following image schematically shows how the method works.
schemer noun
intrigante
He’s a dangerous schemer.
scheming adjective having or making (usually secret) dishonest plans
maquinador, intrigante
a scheming woman.
(Definition of scheme from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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