план

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Belarusian[edit]

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  • IPA(key): [pɫan]
  • (file)

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план (planm inan (genitive пла́на, nominative plural пла́ны, genitive plural пла́наў)

  1. plan (set of intended actions), scheme
  2. draft, plan, scheme, road map

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  • план” in Belarusian-Russian dictionaries and Belarusian dictionaries at slounik.org

Bulgarian[edit]

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план (planm (related adjective пла́нов)

  1. plan, scheme
  2. (with в): in terms of, with regard to, on a scale of
    • 2018, Атанасов, Георги, “The Others about Tervel and Tervel about Self”, in Kan Tervel: The Saviour of Medieval Europe (non-fiction, hardcover), TANGRA TanNakRa Publishing House Ltd, page 58:
      Нейното утвърждаване и висока легитимност в международен план, както и изграждането на едно ново самочуствие на българите задължително се свързва с личността на Тервел …
      Nejnoto utvǎrždavane i visoka legitimnost v meždunaroden plan, kakto i izgraždaneto na edno novo samočustvie na bǎlgarite zadǎlžitelno se svǎrzva s ličnostta na Tervel …
      The recognition of the Bulgarian state and its high legitimacy in international terms as well as the cultivation of new confidence of the Bulgarians is unquestionably linked with Kan Tervel …
    Тогава вече се беше развила фирмата в световен план.
    Togava veče se beše razvila firmata v svetoven plan.
    At that time, the company had already developed on a global scale.

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Macedonian[edit]

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план (planm (related adjective плански)

  1. plan

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Etymology 1[edit]

Borrowed from French plan from Latin planus, possibly via Polish plan or German Plan.

Noun[edit]

план (planm inan (genitive пла́на, nominative plural пла́ны, genitive plural пла́нов, related adjective пла́новый)

  1. plan (set of intended actions), scheme
  2. draft, plan, scheme, contrivance, road map
  3. target, figure
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  • Ingrian: plaanu, plaana, plaani
  • Yakut: былаан (bılaan)
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Etymology 2[edit]

Borrowed from Latin planum.

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план (planm inan (genitive пла́на, nominative plural пла́ны, genitive plural пла́нов)

  1. plane
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Etymology 3[edit]

Possibly derived from English plantation.

The usage of "план" for "marijuana" was derived from a song by the Soviet musician Vladimir Vysotsky, in his song "Вот раньше жизнь" ("That's Life Before") where he wrote: "Покуришь план, пойдешь на бан..." (You will smoke a plan, you will go to the ban [Crimean dialect slang for "a popular venue full of people"]). It was later popularised by hippies as they started using marijuana.

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план (planm inan (genitive пла́на, nominative plural пла́ны, genitive plural пла́нов)

  1. (slang) marijuana
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Serbo-Croatian[edit]

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пла̑н m (Latin spelling plȃn)

  1. plan

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Ukrainian[edit]

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план (planm inan (genitive пла́ну, nominative plural пла́ни, genitive plural пла́нів)

  1. plan (set of intended actions), scheme
  2. draft, plan, scheme, contrivance, road map

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