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Meaning of “plan” - Learner’s Dictionary

plan

noun [C]     /plæn/
ARRANGEMENT
A2 an arrangement for what you intend to do or how you intend to do something: 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: a street plan. We had a designer draw up a plan for the yard.ArchitectureMaps and map-making
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