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English definition of “plan on sb/sth doing sth”

plan on sb/sth doing sth

verb uk phrasal verb with plan   /plæn/ (-nn-) us  
to realize that someone might do something or that something might happen and to make arrangements to deal with the situation: They hadn't planned on the whole family coming.
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