Definition of roadmap in English:

roadmap

Syllabification: road·map
Pronunciation: /ˈrōdmap
 
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verb (roadmaps, roadmapping, roadmapped)

[with object]
Schedule as part of a lengthy or complex program: originally roadmapped for an early Q4 release, the next generation of the processor will ship in the last few days of the year
More example sentences
  • Originally roadmapped for an early Q4 release, the next generation of the processor will ship in the last few days of the year.
  • Earlier this month, they claimed the part would debut at $352 - less than half of the $776 price-tag the chip was originally roadmapped to launch with.
  • Our gut feeling is that it will actually offer limited quantities of the 2.8GHz and 3GHz Prescotts, originally roadmapped to follow the release of the faster parts, but now likely to precede them.

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