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master plan

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmaster planˈmaster plan noun [countable usually singular] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š PLANa detailed plan for controlling everything that happens in a complicated situation πŸ”Š The job losses were part of a master plan aimed at transforming the structure of the company. πŸ”Š a master plan to modernize the health care system
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master planβ€’ The challenge Chapter 4 will provide you with an opportunity to create a master plan from what you have learned.β€’ None the less, start out with a master plan and wherever possible, use it.β€’ The state recently unveiled its master plan for higher education.β€’ And so they moved, with no master plan in mind, first to their small flat in Brussels.β€’ Not a secret master plan on the part of the Emperor - but a dagger aimed at his heart?β€’ If he was briefly waylaid by the hippie years, he quickly put the master plan back into action.β€’ The master plan was scheduled to be implemented in 1975.β€’ The master plan will determine what kind of fees users will be charged for such amenities.
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