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Translation of "plan" - English-Spanish dictionary

plan

noun /plan/
an idea of how to do something; a method of doing something 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 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 plano These are the plans of/for our new house a street-plan.
planner noun
a person who plans (especially buildings etc) planificador a town planner.
planning noun
the act of planning planificación; (town)urbanización town planning.
go according to plan
to happen as arranged or intended salir como estaba previsto The journey went according to plan.
plan ahead phrasal verb
to plan something a long time before it will happen etc planear/organizar con anticipación It’s a good idea to plan ahead.
(Definition of plan from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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