verb de·lin·eate \di-ˈli-nē-ˌāt, dē-\. Simple Definition of delineate. : to clearly
show or describe (something). Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary.
Delineate definition, to trace the outline of; sketch or trace in outline; represent
pictorially: He delineated the state of Texas on the map with a red pencil.
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delineate definition, meaning, what is delineate: to describe or mark the edge of
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translation, English dictionary definition of delineate. tr.v. de·lin·e·at·ed , de·lin·e·at
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Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences, English to English ... 1Describe
or portray (something) precisely: the law should delineate and prohibit ...
1. verbIf you delineate something such as an idea or situation, you describe it or
define it, often in a lot of detail. [formal] [V n] ⇒ Biography must to some extent ...
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Though you pronounce it duh-LIN-ee-ate, there is a "line" in the middle of
delineate. This might help you remember that to delineate is to outline and define