plannounuk us /plæn/
plan noun (DECISION)
- The government recently announced details of its plan to streamline the taxation system.
- She explained her plan in a few brief sentences.
- The plan entails rerouting traffic through a tunnel to create a vast pedestrian area around Al-Azhar.
- The management board has set out its plans for the coming year.
- We've had to forget about our holiday plans because of David's accident.
plan noun (DRAWING)
- architectural plans
- The plans should be drawn as accurately as possible, showing all the measurements.
- Have you worked out the seating plan for the wedding reception?
- The shaded areas of the plans show where the houses will be built.
- The developers submitted building plans to the council for approval.
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planverbuk us /plæn/ (-nn-)
plan verb (DECIDE)
- Do you plan to leave London in the distant future or the near future?
- How do you plan to spend your holiday?
- The four biggest banks are all planning to cut their service charges.
- We're planning to turn the smallest bedroom into an office.
- The route we had planned took us right across Greece.
plan verb (DESIGN)