Definition of road map in English:

road map

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noun

1A map, especially one designed for motorists, showing the roads of a country or area.
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  • ‘It's like having a road map with street signs; you know exactly where you're going,’ says Lee, who works with Reddy and Silva on the recombinant vaccines.
  • Although MCAAP is not a secret facility - it shows up on road maps and has a public Web site - it is a closed facility, run by the Army, its workers civilian employees of the Army.
  • Mustsees begin with Janine Davidson's series of panels of paper embossed with road maps of Johannesburg and decorated with floating gold thread.
2A plan or strategy intended to achieve a particular goal: a road map for peace in the region
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  • All the things that IT is used to, like support documentation, reliability, road maps - none of that exists for open source when you start moving beyond a single component.
  • The computer-controlled system is operated from a workstation that shows what valves are open, which lines and freezers are running a virtual road map for production.
  • Indie films supply a road map of what to avoid, what mistakes not to make.

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