Idiom: map out something
Idiom: map out something (map something out)
- create a detailed plan for something
- During the next hour we need to map out the topics and production schedule for the newsletter for the rest of the year.
- I always like to map out the general route for my trips but allow plenty of time to explore places after I get there.
- In many countries you have to map out your life in junior high, deciding exactly what type of work you'll do when you grow up.
- We need to map out this trip to Africa to make sure we have enough money to do a safari.
- After the instructor mapped out the course, I dropped out because I hate working on group projects.
- Could you map out the fundraising strategy at tomorrow's staff meeting?
- Now that we've got the plan mapped out, let's start assigning tasks and due dates to the team.
- I thought I had mapped everything out correctly before I started this business but I've missed several very important steps.
- The strategy you mapped out to get more subscribers on your mailing list is truly genius.
- look ahead
- think / plan ahead
- sort out
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