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Policy vs. Framework

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  • Policy (noun)

    The art of governance; political science. 14th–18th c.

  • Policy (noun)

    A state; a polity. 14th–16th c.

  • Policy (noun)

    A set political system; civil administration. 15th–19th c.

  • Policy (noun)

    A trick; a stratagem. 15th–19th c.

  • Policy (noun)

    A principle of behaviour, conduct etc. thought to be desirable or necessary, especially as formally expressed by a government or other authoritative body. from 15th c.

    "The Communist Party has a policy of returning power to the workers."

  • Policy (noun)

    Wise or advantageous conduct; prudence, formerly also with connotations of craftiness. from 15th c.

  • Policy (noun)

    Specifically, political shrewdness or (formerly) cunning; statecraft. from 15th c.

  • Policy (noun)

    The grounds of a large country house. from 18th c.

  • Policy (noun)

    Motive; object; inducement.

  • Policy (noun)

    An illegal daily lottery in late nineteenth and early twentieth century USA on numbers drawn from a lottery wheel (no plural)

  • Policy (noun)

    A number pool lottery

  • Policy (verb)

    To regulate by laws; to reduce to order.

  • Framework (noun)

    A support structure comprising joined parts or conglomerated particles and intervening open spaces of similar or larger size.

  • Framework (noun)

    The arrangement of support beams that represent a building's general shape and size.

  • Framework (noun)

    The larger branches of a tree that determine its shape.

  • Framework (noun)

    A basic conceptual structure.

    "These ‘three principles of connexion’ compose the framework of principles in Hume's account of the association of ideas."

  • Framework (noun)

    A reusable piece of code (and, sometimes, other utilities) providing a standard environment within which an application can be implemented.

  • Framework (noun)

    The identification and categorisation of processes or steps that constitute a complex task or mindset in order to render explicit the tacit and implicit.

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  • Policy (noun)

    a course or principle of action adopted or proposed by an organization or individual

    "it is not company policy to dispense with our older workers"

    "the government's controversial economic policies"

  • Policy (noun)

    prudent or expedient conduct or action

    "a course of policy and wisdom"

  • Policy (noun)

    a contract of insurance

    "they took out a joint policy"

  • Policy (noun)

    an illegal lottery or numbers game

    "he swore that he had never played policy in his life"

  • Framework (noun)

    an essential supporting structure of a building, vehicle, or object

    "a conservatory in a delicate framework of iron"

  • Framework (noun)

    a basic structure underlying a system, concept, or text

    "the theoretical framework of political sociology"

Oxford Dictionary
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  • Policy (noun)

    Civil polity.

  • Policy (noun)

    The settled method by which the government and affairs of a nation are, or may be, administered; a system of public or official administration, as designed to promote the external or internal prosperity of a state.

  • Policy (noun)

    The method by which any institution is administered; system of management; course.

  • Policy (noun)

    Management or administration based on temporal or material interest, rather than on principles of equity or honor; hence, worldly wisdom; dexterity of management; cunning; stratagem.

  • Policy (noun)

    Prudence or wisdom in the management of public and private affairs; wisdom; sagacity; wit.

  • Policy (noun)

    Motive; object; inducement.

  • Policy (noun)

    A ticket or warrant for money in the public funds.

  • Policy (noun)

    The writing or instrument in which a contract of insurance is embodied; an instrument in writing containing the terms and conditions on which one party engages to indemnify another against loss arising from certain hazards, perils, or risks to which his person or property may be exposed. See Insurance.

  • Policy (noun)

    A method of gambling by betting as to what numbers will be drawn in a lottery; as, to play policy.

  • Policy

    To regulate by laws; to reduce to order.

  • Framework (noun)

    The work of framing, or the completed work; the frame or constructional part of anything; as, the framework of society.

  • Framework (noun)

    Work done in, or by means of, a frame or loom.

Webster Dictionary
  • Policy (noun)

    a line of argument rationalizing the course of action of a government;

    "they debated the policy or impolicy of the proposed legislation"

  • Policy (noun)

    a plan of action adopted by an individual or social group;

    "it was a policy of retribution"

    "a politician keeps changing his policies"

  • Policy (noun)

    written contract or certificate of insurance;

    "you should have read the small print on your policy"

  • Framework (noun)

    a simplified description of a complex entity or process;

    "the computer program was based on a model of the circulatory and respiratory systems"

  • Framework (noun)

    the underlying structure;

    "restoring the framework of the bombed building"

    "it is part of the fabric of society"

  • Framework (noun)

    a structure supporting or containing something

Princeton's WordNet

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