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wire·frame

 (wīr′frām′)
n.
A sketch or graphical representation of the layout or structure of a website or app.
adj.
1. Having a frame made of wire: wireframe glasses.
2. Of or relating to a visual representation of the layout or structure of a website or app.
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wireframe

(ˈwaɪəˌfreɪm)
n
(Computer Science) a visual representation of the structure of a web page
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Translations
Drahtmodell
와이어프레임
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