Etymology
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schematic (adj.)

1701, "pertaining to schemes or a schema," from Latin stem of scheme (n.) + -ic. The noun, short for schematic diagram, etc., is attested by 1929. Related: Schematical (1670s).

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Definitions of schematic
1
schematic (n.)
diagram of an electrical or mechanical system;
Synonyms: schematic drawing
2
schematic (adj.)
represented in simplified or symbolic form;
Synonyms: conventional / formal
From wordnet.princeton.edu