noun blue·print \-ˌprint\

: a photographic print that shows how something (such as a building) will be made

: a detailed plan of how to do something

Full Definition of BLUEPRINT

:  a photographic print in white on a bright blue ground or blue on a white ground used especially for copying maps, mechanical drawings, and architects' plans
:  something resembling a blueprint (as in serving as a model or providing guidance); especially :  a detailed plan or program of action <a blueprint for victory>
blueprint transitive verb

Examples of BLUEPRINT

  1. a blueprint for reforming the public school system
  2. <an ambitious young man with a remarkably detailed blueprint for becoming a millionaire by the age of 25>

First Known Use of BLUEPRINT



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