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English definition of “planner”

planner

noun [C] uk   /ˈplæn.ər/ us    //

planner noun [C] (ORGANIZER)

a person who makes decisions about how something will be done in the future: a systems planner

planner noun [C] (DESIGNER)

a person whose job is to decide how land in a particular area is to be used, what is to be built on it, etc. and who designs plans for it: a town/urban/environmental/local planner

planner noun [C] (DOCUMENT)

a document or software program that helps you plan something: a wall planner
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