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Layout may refer to:
- Page layout, the arrangement of visual elements on a page
- Comprehensive layout (comp), a proposed page layout presented by a designer to their client
- Layout (computing), the process of calculating the position of objects in space
- Layout engine, another name for web browser engine, the core software that displays content in a web browser
- Automobile layout, a description of the locations of the engine and drive wheels on a vehicle
- Integrated circuit layout, the representation of an integrated circuit in geometric shapes
- Keyboard layout, an arrangement of the keys on a typographic keyboard
- Model railroad layout, a diorama with tracks for operating scaled-down trains
- Layout or marking out, the transfer of a design onto a workpiece in manufacturing
- Plant layout study, an engineering study to analyze physical configurations for a manufacturing plant
- Layout, a specific version of the splits, a position in which the legs are extended in opposite directions
- Layout, a specific version of a Running Catch and Slide in (Ultimate Frisbee) where the player is at running speed and attempts to catch the disc (“frisbee)” just beyond one’s running reach while staying at full speed, extending both hands out in front to catch the disc and grabbing hold of it with one hand, with chest and forearms parallel to the ground and legs extended out back behind; often followed by hitting the ground hands first, sliding up onto one’s forearms, followed by the chest hitting the ground and continuing the slide, making sure to keep hold of the disc.
- Process layout, a floor plan of a plant that arranges equipment according to its function
- Product layout, a floor plan of a plant in which work stations and equipment are ordered by assembly sequence
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