a chart or diagram using labeled blocks connected by straight lines to represent the relationship of parts or phases, as the steps in a data-processing application.
Compare flow chart (def 2).
Geology. a perspective representation of the geology of an area showing surface contours and generally including two vertical cross sections.
a diagram showing the interconnections between the parts of an industrial process
a three-dimensional drawing representing a block of the earth’s crust, showing geological structure
(computing) a diagram showing the interconnections between electronic components or parts of a program
block diagram compiler
the process by which tensional forces in the earth’s crust cause large bodies of rock to founder.
Furniture. a front of a desk, chest of drawers, etc., of the third quarter of the 18th century, having three vertical divisions of equal width, a sunken one between raised ones, all divided by flat areas to which they are connected by curves, often with a shell motif forming a rounded termination to each section. […]