Definition of well planned in English:

well planned

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adjective

Carefully arranged or designed: a well-planned training programme the houses are well planned and easy to run
More example sentences
  • Even the most carefully thought-out and well-planned plebiscite would struggle to take account of all the real options.
  • It was the most well-planned city with carefully laid out gardens, mosques, schools and markets.
  • A well-planned and professionally reviewed training program is crucial in preventing overtraining.

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