Planner - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈplænər|  American pronunciation of the word planner
Brit.  |ˈplanə|  British pronunciation of the word planner


- a person who makes plans (syn: contriver, deviser)
- a notebook for recording appointments and things to be done, etc.


The army's plan of attack

We need to agree on a plan of action.

Our plan was to have the guests park on the street, not the lawn.

When we met them at the restaurant, they said there had been a change of plan.

He changed his long-distance plan.

We are busy planning the party.

The prisoners spent months planning their escape.

A teacher planning her next lesson

The students are planning a protest.

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.

Always remember to plan ahead.

He's a real planner.

Word forms

singular: planner
plural: planners
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