Have big plans
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to have big plans (for someone): to have grand or ambitious projects, designs or ideas (for someone)
- "The point is that I have big plans for this company - we are going to make an exclusive line of perfumes for babies, and naturally the first step is baby testing."
- "I have big plans for him. Among other things, I'd like Brian to shadow Philip Cheeter for a while before Philip's winter sales trips begin in earnest."
- "Wang has big plans for Dulce and Carpaccio, and he may not be done dealing."
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