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blueprint 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈblo͞oˌprint/,
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blueprints, plural;
  1. Draw up (a plan or model)
    • - a neatly blueprinted scheme
Noun
  1. A design plan or other technical drawing

  2. Something that acts as a plan, model, or template
    • - a vague blueprint for fundamental land redistribution

  1. make a blueprint of
  2. something intended as a guide for making something else; "a blueprint for a house"; "a pattern for a skirt"
  3. photographic print of plans or technical drawings etc.
  4. A blueprint is a type of paper-based reproduction usually of a technical drawing, documenting an architecture or an engineering design. More generally, the term "blueprint" has come to be used to refer to any detailed plan.
  5. Blueprint is an architecture and design magazine that has been published in the UK on a monthly basis since 1983.
  6. Blueprint is a CSS framework designed to cut down development time and ensure cross-browser compatibility when working with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). It also serves as a foundation for many tools designed to make CSS development easier and more accessible to beginners. ...
  7. Engine tuning is the adjustment, modification or design of internal combustion engines to yield optimal performance, to increase an engine's power output, economy, or durability. ...
  8. Blueprint is a 2003 German drama directed by Rolf Schübel. It is based on the novel written by Charlotte Kerner. The film raises the ethical issue of human cloning.
  9. Blueprint, an album by Natalie MacMaster, was released in 2003 on the Rounder Records label.
  10. A type of paper-based reproduction process producing white-on-blue images, used primarily for technical and architecture's drawings, now largely replaced by other technologies; A print produced with this process; A detailed technical drawing (now often in some electronically storable and ...
  11. (Blueprinted) Ensuring the dimensions of the parts in the engine are more accurate and, therefore, closer to the original engine blueprint values.
  12. (Blueprinted) The complete dismantling of a vehicle or component, to assess its condition very precisely and restore it to good-as-new condition of performance and reliability.
  13. (Blueprinting) The procedure of dismantling an engine, measuring, machining components, and reassembling it to the minimum factory tolerances. This procedure usually will provide more power and efficiency
  14. (Blueprinting) Re-machining each engine component to the precise measurements as indicated on factory blueprints.
  15. (Blueprinting) The meticulous matching to factory specifications all parts and/or components. Hand-fitting parts to the absolute design callout or manufacturerís specifications.
  16. (Blueprinting) The process of validating and aligning the SAP solution design with the University's requirements.
  17. (Blueprinting) is the remachining of components to tighter tolerances to achieve better balance.
  18. (Blueprints) Construction plans drawn to scale used by builders and subcontractors to build a structure.
  19. (Blueprints) Paper prints of a view of a vehicle design or part.
  20. (blueprints) Statements of the goals that California's SBE wants California students to reach.
  21. Construction plans, containing great detail about the particular building.
  22. technical AEC or engineering drawing printed on paper showing white lines on a blue background, the result of the cyanotype contact printing process.
  23. a scale drawing of construction; also used to indicate booth space layout and other specifications
  24. A printer's copy of direct mail material for review and possible correction before final press run. So called, because it is generally printed in blue ink.
  25. The term used for monochrome prints of finished printing copy, derived from the light blue color of these prints. Today, even corresponding, simple black-and-white prints are generally referred to as blueprints. ...