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- (uncountable) Action of the verb to plan.
- The act of formulating of a course of action, or of drawing up plans.
- The act of making contingency plans.
- (informal, Britain) Planning permission.
- My neighbours were going to build an extension but they didn't get planning.
- Planning is context-based. It may function as a gerund or verb in a participle, but care must be taken to avoid misuse with 'plan'.
- Planning is almost never used in the plural, especially by native speakers. It sometimes appears in print, often in translated works especially in politics and management fields.
- advocacy planning
- business continuity planning
- centralised planning
- centralized planning
- central planning
- decentralised planning
- decentralized planning
- decentral planning
- family planning
- finite capacity planning
- indicative planning
- life planning
- natural family planning
- planning area
- planning permission
- planning poker
- town planning
- urban planning
- vacation planning
action of the verb to plan
act of formulating of a course of action
act of making contingency plans
- planning; schedule
- De werkzaamheden beginnen volgens de planning nog voor de bouwvak. ― According to the schedule, the work will start before the construction business holiday.
planning m (plural plannings)
- “planning”, in Trésor de la langue française informatisé [Digitized Treasury of the French Language], 2012.
planning n (uncountable)