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English - Turkish
(Askeri) ozalit kopya
ayrıntılı plan
ayrıntılı tasarı
ozalit baskı
mavi kopya

Tom planlara daha yakından bakmak istedi. - Tom wanted a closer look at the blueprints.

Bu ölçümler planlara uygundur. - These measurements conform to the blueprints.

ozalit baskısı
Tasarı, plan, taslak

European Council President Herman Van Rompuy tables blueprint for eurozone 'fiscal pact'.

(fiil) Ozalit baskı yapmak; tasarlamak
mavi üzerine beyaz baskı
(Tekstil) 1. mavi kopya 2. ozalit baskısı
mavi kopya çekmek
(Askeri) OZALİT KOPYA: Resim, kroki, şema, plan vesairenin ozalit kağıdı üzerine çekilmesi ve bu şekilde çekilmiş kopya
ozalit baskısı,v.planı mavi kağıda çek: n.ayrıntılı
{f} tasarlamak
{f} mavi kopya çıkarmak
(Askeri,Bilgisayar) mavi baskı
(Bilgisayar) mavi nokta
blueprint apparatus
ozalit makinesi
blueprint apparatus
ozalit makinası
blueprint paper
plan kağıdı
blueprint paper
plan kâğıdı
blueprint paper
planı kağıt
genetic blueprint
Gen haritası (teknik olmayan kullanım)
genetic blueprint
genetik planı
English - English
A print produced with this process
To make a detailed operational plan for

They blueprinted every aspect of the first phase of the operation.

A detailed technical drawing (now often in some electronically storable and transmissible form)
Any detailed plan, whether literal or figurative
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
To make a blueprint for

The architect blueprinted the renovation plan once the client had signed off.

A blueprint is a reproduction of a technical drawing, documenting an architecture or an engineering design, using a contact print process on light-sensitive sheets
Detailed, drawn plans of the technical details of a building etc
In offset-lithography and photoengraving, a photoprint made from stripped-up negatives or positives, used as a proof to check position of image elements
something intended as a guide for making something else; "a blueprint for a house"; "a pattern for a skirt" make a blueprint of
{i} draft, plan
See under Print
a u-form (or a web of u-forms) that can be passed to a constructor to produce a specified infotron (Blueprints were previously called "seeds ") C
photographic print of plans or technical drawings etc
A technical drawing or plan created by an architect or draftsman detailing how a structure will be built
A photographic print of a master plan for a house, subdivision, shopping center, etc , reproduced on paper with a blue background
A blueprint for something is a plan or set of proposals that shows how it is expected to work. The country's president will offer delegates his blueprint for the country's future. the blueprint of a new plan of economic reform
a photographic print in white on a bright blue ground used especially for copying maps mechanical drawings, and architectural plans
A type of paper-based reproduction usually of a technical drawing documenting an architecture or an engineering design
{f} design, plan
Sometimes called blues or blue-lines, a prior-to-printing proof made from a photographic negative or positive, used for checking type/photo position
something intended as a guide for making something else; "a blueprint for a house"; "a pattern for a skirt"
A detailed plan of action
A genetic blueprint is a pattern which is contained within all living cells. This pattern decides how the organism develops and what it looks like. The offspring contain a mixture of the genetic blueprint of each parent
An overview or forecast that tells the reader what you will discuss in a section or an entire report
like its counterpart for buildings, a blueprint for an online learning program shows its structure and how it will look, and identifies the standards to which the program must be developed
In offset lithography and photoengraving, a negative or positive photoprint on paper used as a proof
A photographic print in white on a bright blue ground used especially for copying maps, mechanical drawings, and architects plans
A document that supports school districts as they work with their communities in designing a plan for improving learning and bringing new opportunities to communities through technology and telecommunications
make a blueprint of
A contact print of a drawing or other image rendered as white lines on a blue background, especially such a print of an architectural plan or technical drawing
Construction plans, containing great detail about the particular building
printing term
In the IT field, 'Blueprint' refers to a description of a company's requirements with regard to a planned computer-based information system If the system will be developed by an external softwarehouse, the blueprint also serves as part of the development contract specifying the scope of the functionality to be delivered by the system
A blueprint of an architect's building plans or a designer's pattern is a photographic print consisting of white lines on a blue background. Blueprints contain all of the information that is needed to build or make something. a blueprint of the whole place, complete with heating ducts and wiring The documents contain a blueprint for a nuclear device. = design
Pre-press photographic proof made from stripped negatives where all colours show as blue images on white paper Because 'blueprint' is a generic term for proofs made from a variety of materials having identical purposes and similar appearances, it may also be called a blackprint, blue, blueline, brownline, brownprint, diazo, dyeline, ozalid, position proof, silverprint, Dylux and VanDyke
a detailed set of plans used as the guide for construction of a building
The plan for a home or other structure
A scaled drawing depicting dimensions, spatial arrangements, and functions, so called because of the blue ink used on drafting copies; also a document which describes the dimensions, concepts and functions of an initiative, such as the blueprint for a project
blueprint of operations
work plan, procedure outline
blueprint paper
sensitized paper used to make blueprints
genetic blueprint
(not in technical use) a gene map, or a genome map
past of blueprint
The process of manufacturing a part or assembly that matches factory specifications
The meticulous matching to factory specifications all parts and/or components Dressing parts to absolute design callout or manufacturer's specifications
The meticulous matching to factory specifications all parts and/or components Hand-fitting parts to the absolute design callout or manufacturer's specifications
present participle of blueprint
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
third-person singular of blueprint
A means of recording detailed design plans for a knowledge management system Blueprints provide a roadmap through the content (like a floor plan in a blueprint for a building), screen-by-screen plans for preparing the content (like the elevations), technical specifications for building the software, templates for preparing content that must follow a specific format (such as entries into a lessons learned database), approved terminology lists, and other editorial guidelines (like the specifications in a blueprint for a building
Statements of the goals that the California State Board of Education wants California students to reach
A type of copying method used to describe the drawing of a structure that is prepared by an architect or designer for the purpose of design and planning, estimation, securing permits and actual contruction
plans drawn to scale, used by builders, plumbing, electrical, and other subcontractors in construction Blueprints include floor plans, elevations, a site plan, foundation plan and wall sections, plumbing, electrical and mechanical plans, and construction details
Copies of electrical or other types of technical drawings Although blueprints used to be blue, modern reproduction techniques now permit printing of black on white as well as colors
plural of blueprint
Reproduction of architectural drawings used by contractors and workers to guide the building process