plan noun (DECISION) translate to Traditional Chinese
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plan

noun (DECISION)
決定
 
 
/plæn/
[C] a set of decisions about how to do something in the future
計劃,方案
a company's business plan
公司的商業計劃
a negotiated peace plan
談判達成的和平方案
a five-year plan
五年計劃
holiday plans
假期安排
What are your plans for this weekend?
這個週末你有甚麼計劃?
[+ to infinitive] My plan is to hire a car when I arrive in America and travel about.
我的計劃是到達美國後租一輛汽車到處旅行。
Plans and arrangements
[C] a type of arrangement for financial investment
(金融投資)方案,規劃
a pension/savings plan
退休金/儲蓄方案
Plans and arrangementsFinancial investments and the stock market
go according to plan to happen in the way you intend
按計劃進行
Events of this type rarely go according to plan.
這類事件很少會按計劃發展。
Plans and arrangements
(Definition of plan noun (DECISION) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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