A drawing showing technical details of a building, machine, etc., with unwanted details omitted, and often using symbols rather than detailed drawing to represent doors, valves, etc. (noun)
To design (a building, machine, etc.) (verb)
Examples of word plan
_ "Not content with this, Dr. Worcester gives it once more under PLAN:" L. _planus_, flat; It. _piano_, a plan; Sp. _piano; _ Fr. _plan.
But it will take a further step in advance when it reverts to that plan on the footing above indicated; when it adopts the _plan_ without the evils which in an ignorant and undeveloped age necessarily accompanied it.
But as it was intended to be a poem on _Ariosto's plan, _ that _is_ to _say_ on _no plan_ at all, and, as is usual in similar cases, having a predilection for the worst passages, I shall retain those parts, though I cannot venture to defend them.
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The alliance and others are also lobbying the City Council to confirm the building as a landmark and supporters of the designation plan to turn out in large numbers at Thursday's meeting of the landmarks subcommittee.
But the general thrust of the McCain plan is one that he championed before he became an Obama staffer, now his job is to criticize that very plan.
The McCain plan is that as you make more we will cut your taxes more - which is always the Republican plan but sometimes they are not as open about it.
The main plan is to do something I continue to love, but these will also be available when done in large print form, small print form, and the best news, book form.
A top economic advisor said that the Clinton and McCain plan is ludacris.