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plannernoun [C]

 us   /ˈplæn·ər/
a ​person whose ​job is to ​plan something, esp. how ​land in a ​particulararea is to be used and what should be ​built on it: a ​city planner an ​urban planner
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plannernoun [C]

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plannernoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈplænər/
FINANCE someone whose ​job is to make decisions ​relating to the future of an ​activity or ​industry: a financial/​project/​strategic planner
PROPERTY, TRANSPORT someone whose ​job is to ​plan where ​buildings, roads, etc. are ​placed in a town or city: a city/town/​urban planner
WORKPLACE something such as a ​book or ​computerprogram showing the days, weeks, and months of the ​year, in which you can put the ​dates of ​events, ​meetings, etc.: a wall/​desk planner
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(Definition of planner from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “planner”
in Chinese (Simplified) 策划, 计划者, 设计者…
in Turkish plânlamacı…
in Russian плановик, проектировщик…
in Chinese (Traditional) 策劃, 計劃者, 設計者…
in Polish planista…
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