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plannoun

  • ja計画、案
  • enan idea of how to do something or an intention

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You'd be surprised how hard it is to train each piece of the organization to have a plan,
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and to explicitly communicate the plan,
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especially when the plan is always changing.
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I mean, you've easily got enough money despite your vast contributions
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to the foundation to make them all billionaires.
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Is that your plan for them?
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Nope, no, they won't have anything like that.
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They need to have a sense that their own work is meaningful and important.
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Nick doesn't have a life plan.
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He doesn't have a day plan.
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I once found a note he wrote to himself that said, "Put on pants."
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This is the Tesla semi-truck, the thing that the crowd came to see.
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It's the latest piece in Elon Musk's plan to shift the world away from fossil fuel-based transportation.
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I'm not good with business plans.
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I rarely get accountants to do business plans when I'm launching a new business.
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We don't have an end game.
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We don't have an exit game.
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We don't have an exit plan.
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We don't have anything.
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The plan is to strike the bottle and see some colors.
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There you go.
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What's the plan here?
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We make enough Blue Dog Soda for ourselves and to sell to anybody who wants some.
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Hey, look, they're gonna start making artificial beavers.
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He's after our beaver technology!
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Is this his next evil plan?
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I think the original plan was the best.
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Okay, 1, 2, 3!

Other meanings for plan...

planverb

  • ja計画する、立案する
  • ento intend to do something or make arrangements for something you want to do in the future
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- Brad. - Whoo!
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Are you planning on staying the whole show?
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- Isn't everyone? - Yeah.
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What are you planning to do to ruin Dani's birthday?
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I don't have a plan because I'm not gonna ruin her birthday.
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- I'm planning a big remodel once the season's through. - Oh, wow.
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Our anniversary is coming up, and we don't even have anything planned.
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I know, but we talked about this.
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We're gonna take a trip as soon as we have time.
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I promise.
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I have a wood shop, and I'm planning a little expansion.
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Need my buddy Mark, the city planner, to sign off on the plans.