exploded view


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ex·plod·ed view

(ĕk-splō′dĭd)
n.
An illustration or diagram of a construction that shows its parts separately but in positions that indicate their proper relationships to the whole.
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exploded view

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a drawing or photograph of a complicated mechanism that shows the individual parts separately, usually indicating their relative positions
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explod′ed view′


n.
a graphic representation that displays the parts of a mechanism separately while showing their spatial relationship.
[1960–65]
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