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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishschematicsche‧mat‧ic /skiːˈmætɪk, skɪ-/ AWL adjective  PLANshowing the main parts of something in a simple way a schematic diagram of DNA
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schematicNeed it be emphasized that this exposition claims to be no more than schematic?The problem then begins to stand clear and I shall now have to be brief and schematic.The rhetorical perspective has explicitly criticized the one-sidedness of much cognitive social psychological theory and its emphasis upon schematic categorization.These were expressed in schematic diagrams showing the relationship between building development and open land.a schematic drawingHis business card had a small schematic map on the back.
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