American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A pattern or gauge, such as a thin metal plate with a cut pattern, used as a guide in making something accurately, as in woodworking or the carving of architectural profiles.
- n. Computer Science A document or file having a preset format, used as a starting point for a particular application so that the format does not have to be recreated each time it is used: a loan amortization template for a spreadsheet program.
- n. Computer Science An overlay that fits over all or part of a keyboard and has labels describing the functions of each key within a particular application.
- n. A horizontal piece of stone or timber used to distribute weight or pressure, as over a door frame.
- n. Biochemistry A molecule of a nucleic acid, such as DNA, that serves as a pattern for the synthesis of a macromolecule, as of RNA.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as templet.
- n. A physical object whose shape is used as a guide to make other objects
- n. A generic model or pattern from which other objects are based or derived
- n. molecular biology A macromolecule which provides a pattern for the synthesis of another molecule
- v. To set up or mark off using a template
- v. To provide a template or pattern for
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Same as templet.
- n. a model or standard for making comparisons
- Alteration of templet, probably from French templet, diminutive of temple ("a weaver's stretcher"), from Latin templum ("a small timber, tie-beam, a purlin"), from Proto-Indo-European *temp- (“to pull, stretch”). Alteration of second syllable due to analogy with plate. Cognate with Faroese tamba ("to stretch out, relax"), Icelandic þamb ("a stretched, bloated, or extended belly"). (Wiktionary)
- Probably from French templet, diminutive of temple, temple of a loom; see temple3. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“* Function for assigning a template var if the zebra module got included function _module_zebra ($mode, & $module_row) global $template;”
“So, the variable $template is an object of the template class, which contains quite a few methods to help you compile the template.”
“Replace $this with $template, as _refroot info is in the template object.”
“* The custom bbcodes buttons will be placed within the template block 'custom_codes' function display_custom_bbcodes () global $db, $template, $user;”
“* The custom bbcodes buttons will be placed within the template block 'custom_codes' function display_custom_bbcodes () global $db, $template;”
“# expand the macros in the template: my $email_text = $macro_expander-expand_macros ($data_object, $template);”
“* list if currently null, assign basic forum info to template function generate_forum_nav (& $forum_data) global $db, $user, $template, $auth; global $phpEx, $phpbb_root_path;”
“$template - > display ( 'body'); includes/template. php function display ($handle, $include_once = true) if ($filename = $this - > _tpl_load ($handle)) echo 'tmp display'. $filename;”
“C/S is going to post and share the label template, to make it easy for other manufacturers to follow their lead.”
“The utility creates a template Create an XML document by printing the report to an XML format Run the word template generator to generate the doc template”
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