schematic

[skee-mat-ik, ski-]
adjective
1.
pertaining to or of the nature of a schema, diagram, or scheme; diagrammatic.
noun
2.
a diagram, plan, or drawing: Read the schematic before attempting any repairs.

Origin:
1695–1705; < Neo-Latin schēmaticus < Greek schēmatikós. See scheme, -ic

schematically, adverb
nonschematic, adjective
nonschematically, adverb
unschematic, adjective
unschematically, adverb
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schematic (skɪˈmætɪk, skiː-)
 
adj
1.  of or relating to the nature of a diagram, plan, or schema
 
n
2.  a schematic diagram, esp of an electrical circuit
 
sche'matically
 
adv

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schematic
"pertaining to schemes," 1701, from scheme (q.v.). Noun meaning "diagram" is first attested 1929.
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Example sentences
More schematic representations are the norm throughout the world.
Please provide schematic diagrams of how this works.
The broad arrows indicate the schematic flow of energy in proportion to their
  importance.
The maps by colours, in the other hand, are too schematic.
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