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an economic/spending/corporate plan
a peace plan
We need to make a plan before we can start on the project.
Everything went according to plan (=there were no problems).
There's been a change of plan. The meeting will now take place in Berlin.
The building was completed ahead of plan.
We don't have any plans for our holiday yet.
The administration has announced plans to reduce the use of pesticides in food production.
This is the British English definition of plan. View American English definition of plan.
happy and positive because you are confident that you will get what you want
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