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 Composé de out et de line.

Nom commun Modifier

Singulier Pluriel
outline
\ˈaʊt.laɪn\
outlines
\ˈaʊt.laɪnz\

outline \ˈaʊt.laɪn\

  1. Abrégé, sommaire.
    • Situation – provide a brief outline of the situation or setting Task – outline what you did Action – outline how you did it, and Result – describe the outcomes. — (Christian aid: Programme Funding Officer, Radio Okapi, 31 mai 2013)
  2. Contour.
    • She used the shadow of the object to trace its outline.
  3. Silhouette.
    • The artist sketched the outline of the model.
  4. Esquisse.
    • She presented an outline of the proposed program.

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Verbe Modifier

Temps Forme
Infinitif to outline
\ˈaʊt.laɪn\
Présent simple,
3e pers. sing.
outlines
\ˈaʊt.laɪnz\
Prétérit outlined
\ˈaʊt.laɪnd\
Participe passé outlined
\ˈaʊt.laɪnd\
Participe présent outlining
\ˈaʊt.laɪn.ɪŋ\
voir conjugaison anglaise

outline \ˈaʊt.laɪn\ transitif

  1. Esquisser.
    • New operating systems, and new versions of existing systems, may also provide execution techniques beyond those outlined here. — (Mark Lutz, Learning Python (5ème édition), O'Reilly, 2013, p. 85)
  2. Résumer, abréger.
    • Situation – provide a brief outline of the situation or setting Task – outline what you did Action – outline how you did it, and Result – describe the outcomes. — (Christian aid: Programme Funding Officer, Radio Okapi, 31 mai 2013)

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