Etymology
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conspectus (n.)

1836, "a comprehensive survey," from Latin conspectus "a looking at, sight, view; range or power of vision," noun use of past participle of conspicere "to look at" (see conspicuous). Meaning "a grouping together so as to be readily seen at one time" is from 1838.

updated on March 07, 2018

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Definitions of conspectus from WordNet

conspectus (n.)
an overall summary;
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