Planned - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈplænd|  American pronunciation of the word planned
Brit.  |plænd|  British pronunciation of the word planned
- this word is a past tense form of the verbto plan
- this word is a past participle form of the verbto plan

adjective

- with planning and intention (syn: aforethought, plotted)

Examples

We have something very special planned for your birthday.

Their wedding is planned for June.

A planned series of books about cars

Things don't always go as planned.

Things won't always go as planned.

It is not physically possible to do everything you have planned in one day.

We planned an activity for the children.

Every detail of the wedding was carefully planned.

They originally planned to fix their old car, but they decided to buy a new one instead.

We may not be able to proceed as planned.

Occasionally, things don't go as planned.

He planned to make a grand entrance, driving up to the house in a fancy red sports car.

The captive soldiers planned their escape.

...the gangsters planned to abduct the industrialist's young daughter and demand a huge ransom from her family...

Don't be too disappointed if everything doesn't go as planned.

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