scheme

  1. an elaborate and systematic plan of action
  2. a statement that evades the question by cleverness or trickery
  3. an internal representation of the world; an organization of concepts and actions that can be revised by new information about the world

Scheme

• (n.) A representation of the aspects of the celestial bodies for any moment or at a given event. • (v. i.) To form a scheme or schemes. • (n.) A combination of things connected and adjusted by design; a system. • (v. t.) To make a scheme of; to plan; to design; to project; to plot. • (n.) A plan or theory something to be ...
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scheme

(from the article `rhetoric`) ...discourse, the local colour or details, or to the structure, the shape of the total argument. Ancient rhetoricians made a functional distinction ...
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scheme

1. A combination of things connected and adjusted by design; a system. 'The appearance and outward scheme of things.' (Locke) 'Such a scheme of things as shall at once take in time and eternity.' (Atterbury) 'Arguments . . . Sufficient to support and demonstrate a whole scheme of moral philosophy.' (J. Edwards) 'The Revolution came and changed his ...
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scheme

strategy noun an elaborate and systematic plan of action
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Scheme

[algebraic geometry] == See also == ...
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Scheme

[linguistics] In linguistics, scheme is a figure of speech that changes the normal arrangement of words in a sentence`s structure.{fact|date=January 2014} A good example of a playwright who is notable for his use of schemes and tropes is William Shakespeare (Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Julius Caesar). ==Structures of balance== ==Changes in wo...
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Scheme

[mathematics] In mathematics, schemes connect the fields of algebraic geometry, commutative algebra and number theory. Schemes were introduced by Alexander Grothendieck in 1960 in his treatise Éléments de géométrie algébrique, with the aim of developing the formalism needed to solve deep problems of algebraic geometry, such as Weil con...
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scheme

[Noun] A plan for work or action, usually to achieve something.
Example: The council sent us a leaflet about a new scheme for rubbish collection in our area.
See also: pilot scheme
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Scheme

[programming language] Scheme is a functional programming language and one of the two main dialects of the programming language Lisp. Unlike Common Lisp, the other main dialect, Scheme follows a minimalist design philosophy specifying a small standard core with powerful tools for language extension. Scheme was developed at the MIT AI Lab by...
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Scheme

Scheme intransitive verb To form a scheme or schemes.
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Scheme

Scheme noun [ Latin schema a rhetorical figure, a shape, figure, manner, Greek ..., ..., form, shape, outline, plan, from ..., ..., to have or hold, to hold out, sustain, check, stop; confer Sanskrit sah to be victorious, to endure, to hold out, Anglo-Saxon sige victory, German s...
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Scheme

Scheme transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Schemed ; present participle & verbal noun Scheming .] To make a scheme of; to plan; to design; to project; to plot. « That wickedness which schemed , and executed, his des...
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Scheme

a modern statically scoped version of LISP.
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Scheme

A word used to represent formations, and how to use them.
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scheme

an elaborate and systematic plan of action
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scheme

an elaborate and systematic plan of action
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scheme

an elaborate and systematic plan of action
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scheme

figure of speech that varies the order and sound of words. Examples include alliteration, assonance, chiasmus, and rhyme.
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Scheme

Figure of speech that varies the order and sound of words. Examples include alliteration, assonance,
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Scheme

System or method (no negative connotation).
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scheme

Type: Term Pronunciation: skēm Synonyms: schema1
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scheme

[n] - an elaborate and systematic plan of action 2. [v] - devise a system or form a scheme for 3. [v] - form intrigues (for) in an underhand manner
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