Definition of master plan in English:

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master plan

Pronunciation: /ˈmastər ˈˌplan/

noun

A comprehensive or far-reaching plan of action.
Example sentences
  • Fourthly, governments at all three levels, as well as financial institutions, should facilitate farm property, urban master plans and regional plans.
  • About half the awards went to unbuilt projects: urban master plans and proposals for future buildings.
  • Like many master plans, emergency response plans must have the commitment of the CEO or president to be most effective.

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Syllabification: mas·ter plan

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