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to think carefully about a series of actions that you need to take in order to achieve something
to make plans for something to happen, for example by agreeing a time and place
to prepare or arrange an activity or event
to prepare and write something such as a document or plan
to plan in detail how something will happen
to make plans about things that will or may happen in the future, so that you will be prepared for them
to arrange for something to happen
to make the final decisions or arrangements concerning something
to plan and organize a complicated event or course of action so that it achieves the result you want
to think of a new idea or plan, especially one that is silly or unusual
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employment
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