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plan

Translation of plan in English:

sustantivo masculino

  • 2 2.1 [familiar] (cita, compromiso) See examples: si no tienes plan para esta noche podríamos ir a cenar
    if you're not doing anything tonight we could go out for dinner
    ¿tienes algún plan para este fin de semana?
    do you have anything planned o do you have any plans for this weekend?
    do you have anything on this weekend?
    no es plan (España)
    (no es justo)
    it's not fair
    it's not on
    (inglés británico) [familiar]
    (no es buena idea)
    it's not a good idea
    2.2 (España) [familiar] (ligue) See examples: salió en busca de plan para la noche
    he went out looking for a pickup for the night
    [familiar]
    su marido tiene un plan
    her husband's having an affair o seeing someone else
    her husband's got a bit on the side
    (inglés británico) [familiar]
  • 3 [familiar] (actitud) See examples: no te pongas en plan chulo
    don't get cocky with me!
    [familiar]
    hoy está en plan vago
    he's in a lazy mood today
    lo dijo en plan de broma
    he was only kidding
    [familiar]
    he meant it as a joke
    como siga en ese plan, acabará mal
    if he carries on like that, he'll come to no good
    en plan económico nos llevamos muy bien, pero en plan de amigos
    we get on very well but we're just friends
Example sentences
  • Acotó que estos estudios y planificación servirán para que el Gobierno Nacional pueda entregar recursos en base a este plan de desarrollo.
  • Antes de poner un negocio en marcha, escriba un plan de negocios.
  • Posteriormente, se incluyen en planes de reinserción laboral, diferentes cursos y terapias ocupacionales.

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