to plan (sthg, to do sthg, on doing sthg): organiser, planifier (qqch), avoir l'intention de (faire qqch)
We are planning a dinner party at my house. Nous organisons un dîner chez moi.
I plan to move to the U.S. next year. J'envisage de déménager aux États-Unis l'année prochaine.
a plan: un contrat, un programme, un plan
What are your plans this weekend? Qu'est-ce que tu vas faire ce week-end?
- "Alright, listen up, here's the plan..."
- "Industrial Fruit Concern Inc. has stated that if they acquire the juice business, they plan to completely change the company culture and business model, create hundreds of soulless storefronts across the world, and pretty much ruin everything that made it unique."
- "I have impulsively decided to cancel the private plane flight with Horatio planned for this month."
- "Journalist 2 : Mr. Delavigne, what do you plan on doing next?"
- "I plan to escape today."
- "I can't wait to tell you about my plans for the foundation."
- "Bruno : Ok Jean, let's go over the plan one more time."
- "My future plans are to leave the city as soon as possible, assume a new identity and start a new life in a murder-free area."
- "I've got plenty of other Scottish things planned for today: I've got a full-sized replica of the Loch Ness monster in the parking lot, and Brian mentioned that he'd like to try on some dresses with you later."
- "We must come up with a plan quickly, before nightfall."
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