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"blueprint" in American English

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blueprintnoun [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.
(Definition of blueprint from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"blueprint" in British English

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blueprintnoun [C]

uk   /ˈbluː.prɪnt/ us   /ˈbluː.prɪnt/
(Definition of blueprint from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"blueprint" in Business English

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blueprintnoun [C]

uk   /ˈbluːprɪnt/ us  
a plan that describes how to do or achieve something in the future: blueprint for sth the health ministry's latest blueprint for pension reformestablish/draw up/draft a blueprint Establishing the right blueprint is a challenge unique to each organization.provide a blueprint The rules provide a vital blueprint for what the state may look like for years to come.
PRODUCTION a copy of a technical drawing that shows white lines on a blue background and is used especially in the building industry: A blueprint has been drawn up for a massive new retail and leisure complex.
(Definition of blueprint from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “blueprint”
in Chinese (Simplified) 蓝图, 早期计划, 早期设计…
in Turkish proje, plan…
in Russian проект…
in Chinese (Traditional) 藍圖, 早期計劃, 早期設計…
in Polish projekt, plan…
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“blueprint” in Business English

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