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There was no coherent and generally accepted economic blueprint for Brexit. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What happened to your blueprint for success? Times, Sunday Times (2007)The deal could provide a blueprint for similar funding packages. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The blueprint is designed to tackle the overcrowding epidemic. The Sun (2009)To do otherwise would constitute a "blueprint" plan. Politics, Planning and the State (1990)Designers should be encouraged to come up with new blueprints. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They are the blueprint for success for a bigger fighter. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It would provide the blueprint for how he was going to storm up the field. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Mars is onside and pushes practical plans fast from blueprint to reality. The Sun (2013)He has asked athletes to write down individual blueprints for success. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The political tussle could become a blueprint for how other eurozone countries will deal with their own troubled lenders. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Ministers will be given powers to remove weak heads swiftly if they are unable to provide a blueprint for improvement. The Sun (2015)There could be good news on both counts after a forum to establish a blueprint for the future growth of the game. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The most potent forensic tool grew out of biochemistry, specifically the study of our genetic blueprint. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Original 1960s blueprints were used to build replicas of the bridge and sick bay. The Sun (2006)Unions fear that the move could become a blueprint for Whitehall. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The blueprint for a new treaty will be finalised before he steps down in June. The Sun (2007)With a track record like this, it is likely to form the blueprint for future projects. Times, Sunday Times (2015)As this intriguing project unfolds, its potential as a wider blueprint becomes apparent. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Those are all part of the story, but they no longer present a static blueprint or life plan. Christianity Today (2000)Jungle Revolution is his first album in a decade and it follows the blueprint of the original recordings in the genre. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The Chancellor delivered his sixth economic blueprint for the nation with just 50 days to go until polling day. The Sun (2015)Both those prescriptions are well within the Chancellor's existing economic blueprints and were welcomed by his aides after the speech. Times, Sunday Times (2011)NOW we know why Labour's economic blueprint is such a train crash. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'blueprint'
British English: blueprint NOUN
A blueprint for something is a plan or set of proposals that shows how it is expected to work.
The president will offer delegates his blueprint for the country's future.
Definition of blueprint from the Collins English Dictionary
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