•circumvallate • bedplate • template
•breastplate • nameplate • faceplate
•chelate • fishplate • sibilate • jubilate
•flagellate • legislate • invigilate
•vacillate • tessellate • oscillate
•titillate • scintillate • constellate
•mutilate • oblate • hotplate
•electroplate • bookplate • footplate
, circumambulate, perambulate
•adulate • coagulate
•emasculate • granulate • encapsulate
•regulate • speculate • emulate
•infibulate • acidulate
, gesticulate, matriculate
•insulate • capitulate
•discombobulate • modulate
•ovulate • formulate • ululate
•undulate • pustulate • circulate
•number plate • fingerplate • escalate
•percolate • immolate
•extrapolate • copperplate
•desolate • insufflate • isolate
•apostolate • contemplate
a shaped piece of metal, wood, card, plastic, or other material used as a pattern for processes such as painting, cutting out, shaping, or drilling.
something that serves as a model for others to copy:
the plant was to serve as the template for change throughout the company.
a preset format for a document or file, used so that the format does not have to be recreated each time it is used:
a memo template.
a guide that fits over all or part of a computer keyboard to describe the functions of each key for a particular software application.
a nucleic acid molecule that acts as a pattern for the sequence of assembly of a protein, nucleic acid, or other large molecule.
a timber or plate used to distribute the weight in a wall or under a support.
template, templet. 1. Pad
-stone or any block of timber or stone, or a metal plate, placed beneath the end of a girder
, etc., to distribute the load, especially the timber block placed under the foot of a cruck
Mould, outline, or pattern to ensure accuracy when forming a profile or moulding.3. Beam
A pattern that specifies a structure – i.e. a relationship between parts of a compound data object – from which instances
may be made. The term is a convenient means of differentiating the structure specification from the declaration of individual instances of the structure.
Any molecule that acts as a pattern for the synthesis of a new molecule. For example, the two nucleotide chains of a DNA molecule can separate and each acts as a template for the synthesis of the missing chain (see DNA replication
template (tem-plăt) n.
a design, plan, or model that enables information to be presented in a standardized and easily recognized format. A template can be applied to any aspect of nursing care to ensure that there is consistency of approach and continuity of care.