blueprint collocations and examples

 UK /ˈbluːˌprɪnt/

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a detailed plan for doing something new


Adjectives frequently used with blueprint
ambitious, clear, detailed, new, originalNo detailed blueprint of how this target could be achieved was ever produced.
Verbs frequently used with blueprint
be a blueprint for something: form, offer, provide, serve asThis way of working will provide a possible blueprint for other local authorities in how they develop their consultation plans with young people.produce a blueprint: create, develop, draw up, launch, produceLeaders of the world’s richest nations are trying to draw up a blueprint for staving off climate disaster.
Nouns frequently used after blueprint for
action, change, development, future, reformA blueprint for the future of Orkney housing was launched at the start of May.
 
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