Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) to plan out the details of something
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we mapped out a plan of action
'Map out' is the phrasal verb meaning to plan in detail how something will happen or to work out how something will be conducted. You could map out a project, a game-plan, or even the next year of your life.
Social Examples (Basic)
I have just mapped out your hiking trip for you, so make sure you keep an eye on the specifics.
Jimmy always likes to be organised in school. Last year, I walked into the dorm and I saw him mapping out his third semester and he hadn't even finished his first!
Professional Examples (Basic)
Before we take on this new contract, let's ensure we map out the time we can give to it on a daily basis. I don't want everything piling up on us in a few weeks!
In order for me to be considered for promotion, I need to improve on my performance. I think I'll map out the next three months and set weekly goals for myself.
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