layout

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noun lay·out \ˈlā-ˌau̇t\

Definition of layout

  1. 1 :  the plan or design or arrangement of something laid out: such asa :  dummy 5bb :  final arrangement of matter to be reproduced especially by printing

  2. 2 :  the act or process of planning or laying out in detail

  3. 3a :  something that is laid out a model train layoutb :  land or structures or rooms used for a particular purpose a cattle-ranching layout; also :  placec :  a set or outfit especially of tools

Examples of layout in a Sentence

  1. The layout of the apartment was good, but the kitchen was too small.

  2. She designed the page layout for the new magazine.

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1852

First Known Use of layout

1852


LAYOUT Defined for English Language Learners

layout

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Definition of layout for English Language Learners

  • : the design or arrangement of something : the way something is laid out


LAYOUT Defined for Kids

layout

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noun lay·out \ˈlā-ˌau̇t\

Definition of layout for Students

  1. :  the design or arrangement of something the layout of the park



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