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Translation of "plan" - English-Polish dictionary

plan

noun [C]     /plæn/
ARRANGEMENT
A2 an arrangement for what you intend to do or how you intend to do something plan the country's economic plan Do you have any plans for the weekend? The plan is that we'll buy a car once we're there. There's been a change of plan and we're going on Wednesday instead. Luckily, everything went according to plan (= happened the way it was planned).Plans and arrangements
DRAWING
B2 a drawing that shows how something appears from above or will appear from above when it is built plan a street plan. We had a designer draw up a plan for the yard.ArchitectureMaps and map-making
(Definition of plan noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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