"plan" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

plan
[plæn]
sustantivo
1. plan (m) (proposal, intention)
  • a change of plan -> un cambio de planes
  • everything went according to plan -> todo fue según lo previsto
  • the best plan would be to… -> lo mejor sería…
  • what are your plans for the summer? -> ¿qué planes tienes para el verano?
  • to have other plans -> tener otras cosas que hacer
2. plano (m) (of building, town) ; esquema (m) (of essay, novel)
verbo transitivo (pt & pp planned)
3. planear (arrange)
  • to plan to do something -> planear hacer algo
  • it all went as planned -> todo fue según lo previsto
4. proyectar (design) (building) ; planificar (economy)
verbo intransitivo
5. hacer planes
  • to plan for the future -> hacer planes para el futuro

plan [plæn][plan]
sustantivo
1. Plan, designio, proyecto formulado para alcanzar algún resultado (intention, project).
2. Plan o modelo de alguna cosa (model); plano.
3. Icnografía, delineación de la planta de un edificio o buque; plano, proyección.
4. Diseño, esbozo, bosquejo, de una obra literaria o artística.
5. Método, hábito, modo usual, costumbre.
  • According to the plan -> de acuerdo con lo planeado

plan [plæn]
noun
1 (scheme) proyecto (m); plan (m)
the plan is aimed at easing traffic congestion the project is part of a United Nations plan for refugees the plan was accepted unanimously by the workforce her plan for union reform the Marshall Plan the president is trying to win support for his economic plan
plan of actionaction plan plan (m) de acción
a detailed plan of action for restructuring the group he unveiled the Government's action plan yesterday a 490-page action plan that describes 115 distinct programs designed to encourage environmentally sensitive development it is possible to develop a positive plan of action to reduce the misery of hay fever what's the plan of action then? he had no plan of action as such
plan of attack/campaign (Mil) also plan (m) de ataque/de campaña
his plan of attack for the war on the ground he can sum up the opposition's plan of attack in just a few words I'm proposing a new plan of attack which I hope will solve the problem once and for all the army began the war without a strategic appreciation or a plan of campaign we sat down together and came up with a plan of campaign to tackle her symptoms the [Divine] Plan he felt that he had been allotted an important part in the divine plan it seemed that her condition was justified by some divine plan
to draw up a plan elaborar un proyecto; hacer or redactar un plan
a plan was drawn up the conference drew up a five-point plan to revive the socialist cause I want us to draw up a plan that will guarantee the childrens' rights GATT organizers met today in Geneva to draw up a plan for the talks
an exercise plan una tabla or un programa de ejercicios
a five-year plan un plan quinquenal
to put a plan [into] action operation the committee is now attempting to put its plans into operation the plan had to be put into action as soon as possible to [make] plans
to make plans for the future hacer planes or planear para el futuro
I've already made plans for the weekend he was making plans to kill her even then the Bonn government is making plans to evacuate more than two hundred of its citizens from the troubled area it's no good making plans - things change he was always making grandiose plans to sell his house
a peace plan un proyecto or un plan de paz
campaign: plan of campaign >development: development plan
2 (idea, intention) plan (m)
do you have any plans for the weekend? ¿tienes planes para el fin de semana?; the plan is to come back later pensamos volver más tarde; there are plans to modernize the building tienen planeado modernizar el edificio
I've got plans for tonight what plans have you for the holiday? I haven't any particular plans what plans do you have for Jim? the government said it had no plans to increase VAT concern has been expressed about government plans to float the rouble their plan was to reach the town by nightfall he will press ahead with plans for greater European integration to go [according] to plan
if everything goes according to plan si todo sale como está previsto or planeado
everything went according to plan everything was going according to plan he maintains that everything is going according to plan
the best plan is to call first lo mejor es llamar primero
she decided the best plan was to keep quiet the best plan is to go via Leeds Anthony thought that perhaps the best plan would be to wait until the Allies crossed the Rhine
a change of plan un cambio de planes
there's been a change of plan /it would mean a change of plan/, but she could handle that
to change one's plans cambiar de planes
weekend gales forced him to change his plans the attack will not change his plans to stop over in Panama to [upset] [spoil] sb's plans losing him has not upset our plans too much he spoilt their plans by revealing the names to the press
3 (diagram, map) plano (m)
a plan of the city centre first draw a plan of the garden
4 (outline) [of story, essay] esquema (m)
writing an essay is much easier if you work to a plan before breakfast /I drew up a plan for my Sunday sermon/
5 (Archit) (Téc) (often pl) plano (m)
the plans must be approved by the council the spy stole the plans for the new submarine get an architect to draw up some plans based on your ideas the plan and overall design of the building
verb:transitive
1 (organize) [+schedule, event, crime] planear; [+party, surprise] preparar; [+route] planificar; planear; [+essay] hacer un esquema de; planear; [+family] planificar
they've been planning the move for months the demonstration planned for today has been called off on Ted's ninth birthday, we planned a small party you may be planning a wedding in the exotic setting of the Caribbean people often plan their holidays around the festival at breakfast I planned my day that wasn't planned to plan the future of an industry if you plan what you're going to eat, you reduce your chances of overeating plan your route before you set off many crimes are planned well in advance to plan a robbery it is always better to plan an essay before you start writing couples can now plan their family
as planned según lo previsto; como estaba planeado
things didn't work out as planned las cosas no salieron según lo previsto or como estaban planeadas
/I met her, as planned/, on the corner of Princes Street the concert will go ahead as planned he will retire as planned at the end of this month
2 (intend)
I had been planning a trip to New York había estado pensando en or planeando un viaje a Nueva York
we had always planned a family but it was not to be I was planning a career in law to plan [to] do sth
how long do you plan to stay? ¿cuánto tiempo piensas quedarte?; what do you plan to do after college? ¿qué tienes pensado hacer después de la universidad?; ¿qué te has propuesto hacer después de la universidad?
we weren't planning to he is planning to fly to London at the end of next week she was planning to return to work after maternity leave how long do you plan to be away for? he planned to leave Baghdad on Monday
3 (design) diseñar
the art of planning a garden el arte de diseñar un jardín
it is no use trying to plan an 18-hole golf course on a 120-acre site if you have to ruin the environment to do it
verb:intransitive
hacer planes
we'll just have to see what happens and plan accordingly it's impossible to plan with any degree of certainty
to plan ahead planear con antelación
one has to plan months ahead if you've not taken a bike abroad before, you'll need to plan ahead few families or individuals plan ahead systematically
to plan for sth
it is advisable to plan for retirement es aconsejable que se hagan planes para la jubilación; to plan for the future hacer planes or planear para el futuro; I hadn't planned for so many people no había contado con que viniese tanta gente
a commission was established in Tokyo to plan for the needs of the city we are planning for next April to plan for the [future] an important role of management is planning for the future it would now be difficult for schools to plan for the future

Verb Conjugations for "plan" (go to el plan)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I plan I planned I will plan
you plan you planned you will plan
he/she plans he/she planned he/she will plan
we plan we planned we will plan
you plan you planned you will plan
they plan they planned they will plan
Complete plan conjugation >

plan
masculine noun
1. plan (proyecto, programa)
  • hacer planes -> to plan
  • plan de adelgazamiento -> diet
  • plan de emergencia -> contingency plan
  • plan de estudios -> syllabus
  • plan de pensiones -> pension plan
2. date (informal) (ligue)
3. (informal) (modo, forma)
  • a todo plan -> in the greatest luxury, with no expense spared
  • lo dijo en plan serio -> he was serious about it
  • si te pones en ese plan… -> if you're going to be like that about it…
  • se puso en plan violento -> he got o became violent
  • no es plan -> it's just not on
  • ¡vaya plan de vida! -> what a life!

plan [plahn]
noun
1. Plan (proyecto), design, draft of a building, town, etc. 2. (m)
2. Plan, writing in which a thing is described minutely (idea). (m)
3. floor-timber. (Nautical) (m)
4. Date (aventura); date (persona); boyfriend, girlfriend. (m)
5. Programme (programa). (m)
6. Régime. (Medical) (m)
7. Level; height. (m)
8. Set-up, system (sistema). (m)
9. Flat bottom (barco). (Mexico) (m)
10. Level ground (llano). (Ante Meridian & Latin American) (m)
11. Flat (de espada). (Andes & Central America & Caribbean) (m)
  • Plan de combate -> (Naut.) quarterbill
  • Plan de vuelo -> (Aer.) flight plan
  • Plan de desarrollo -> development plan
  • Ha sido un plan muy pesado -> it turned out to be a very tedious kind of amusement
  • Ponerse en plan -> to get in the mood
  • En ese plan -> in that way
  • Lo hicieron en plan de broma -> they did it for a laugh
Plan, the delineation of the horizontal posture of something.

plan
1 (proyecto) plan; (intención) idea; intention
¿qué planes tienes para este verano? what are your plans for the summer?; no tengo planes para el futuro I have no plans for the future; realizar su plan to put one's plan into effect; mi plan era comprar otro nuevo my idea o intention was to buy a new one; tengo un plan estupendo para mañana I've got a splendid idea about what to do tomorrow
plan de choque action plan; plan of action
El Partido Popular aseguró ayer que la aplicación de su plan de choque para reactivar la economía española provocaría no un déficit, sino un superávit de 55.000 millones de pesetas.
plan de desarrollo development plan
plan de incentivos incentive scheme
plan de jubilación retirement plan
plan de pensiones pension plan
Un plan de pensiones no es un seguro de vida, aunque puedan cubrir riesgos semejantes.
plan de vuelo flight plan
plan quinquenal five-year plan
2 [de curso] programme; program; (EEUU)
plan de estudios curriculum; syllabus
3 (manera, actitud)
este niño está en un plan imposible this child is really playing up; si te pones en ese plan if that's your attitude; como sigas en ese plan if you go on like that; lo hizo en plan bruto he did it in a brutal way; viajar en plan económico to travel cheap; el negocio es en plan timo the deal is really a swindle; chaparrones en plan disperso scattered showers; viven en plan pasota they live like hippies; en plan de: lo dije en plan de broma I said it as a joke o for a laugh; vamos en plan de turismo we're going as tourists; salieron en plan de divertirse they went out looking for a good time; está en plan de rehusar he's in a mood to refuse; he's likely to refuse at the moment
4
eso no es plan
tampoco es plan
that's not on (familiar)
a todo plan sparing no expense
no me hace plan it doesn't suit me to
5 (aventura) date; fling (familiar)
¿tienes plan para esta noche? have you got a date for tonight?; buscar plan to try to pick somebody up (familiar); tiene un plan con la mujer del alcalde he's having a fling with the mayor's wife (familiar)
6 (Med) course of treatment
estar a plan to be on a course of treatment
7 (Topografía) (nivel) level; (altura) height
8 (S. Cone) (México) [de barco etc] flat bottom
9 (Latinoamérica) (llano) level ground; (S. Cone) (falda de cerro) foothills
plural
; (p)
10 (And) (Centroamérica) (Caribe) [de espada etc] flat

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