schematic

[ US /skɪˈmætɪk/ ]
[ UK /skiːmˈætɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. represented in simplified or symbolic form
NOUN
  1. diagram of an electrical or mechanical system
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How To Use schematic In A Sentence

  • The schematic for the DTMF decoder in the figure below. Again you can use a combination of wire wrapping and soldering. Part placement is not critical.
  • Develop circuit board designs using CAD tools to capture schematics and create bill of material documentation.
  • So we can now say about hypotyposes that when they are schematic, they are natural, that is, they are plunged in space and time and in the natural world. Seeing Is Reading
  • Drawings, paintings, photographs, charts, schematics and maps enliven technical discussions of building sequences that might tax a nonexpert. The Times Literary Supplement
  • I think it's schematical in regards to these kind of numbers. 9\% growth on the size of the Chinese economy as is relates to welding as a phenomenal number and one of which we are again quite bullish about. SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page
  • For instance, a schematic can be converted a PCB with one mouse click.
  • It's just so close to the wall it looks on the schematic like they're double doors.
  • Apart from the run-of-the-mill stuff like e-mail and word processing, he is teaching himself to use the computer to draw schematic diagrams.
  • Schematically shaded at its lower and right sides, the golf ball is illusionistically modeled not in the round but in relief, as is often the case with the apples and oranges of Cezanne.
  • Any outline of this work must compress the author's variegated analysis into a thin catalogue of schematic impressions.
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