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outline in Visual topic

outlineoutline2 ●●○ verb [transitive]  1 SUMMARIZEto describe something in a general way, giving the main points but not the details The new president outlined plans to deal with crime, drugs, and education.2 AVSHAPEto show the edge of something, or draw around its edge, so that its shape is clear a map with our property outlined in red trees outlined against the sky Grammar Outline is usually passive in this meaning.→ See Verb table
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outlineThe President outlined his peace plan for the Middle East.Rosemary Verey, creator of Barnsley House in the Cotswolds outlined how to turn his looming hemlocks into topiary.A possible way of minimising this difficulty is outlined in the following section on more general formative assessment.Childhood insomnia is responsive to many of the suggestions outlined in this book.He declined to provide a copy of the report but agreed to outline its contents.We conclude by outlining likely future developments in residential child care.This essay outlines the uses of comparative history as well as Mill's methods of agreement and difference.Each member of staff received a letter outlining their responsibilities and duties.The picture can then be outlined using seeds - peppers, coriander, melon, etc.Plans outline where you want to go.