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Translation of "plan" - English-German dictionary

plan

noun /plan/
an idea of how to do something; a method of doing something
der Plan
If everyone follows this plan, we will succeed I have worked out a plan for making a lot of money.
an intention or arrangement
der Plan
His plan is to rob a bank and leave the country quickly What are your plans for tomorrow?
a drawing, diagram etc showing a building, town etc as if seen from above
der Plan
These are the plans of/for our new house a street-plan.
planner noun a person who plans (especially buildings etc)
der Planer
a town planner.
planning noun the act of planning
das Planen
town planning.
go according to plan to happen as arranged or intended
planmäßig
The journey went according to plan.
plan ahead to plan something a long time before it will happen etc
vorausplanen
It’s a good idea to plan ahead.
(Definition of plan from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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