planear


planear
v.
1 to plan.
Ellos planean un viaje They plan a trip.
Ellos planean una alta ganancia They envisage a big profit.
2 to glide.
Ellos planean en la playa They glide on the beach.
3 to plan to, to expect to, to be planning to.
Ellos planean viajar They are planning to travel.
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planear
verbo transitivo
1 (futuro, idea) to plan
verbo intransitivo
1 (en el aire) to glide
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verb
1) to plan
2) glide
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1.
VT (=proyectar) to plan

planear hacer algo — to plan to do sth

2.
VI (Aer) to glide; (fig) to hang, hover (sobre over)
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1.
verbo transitivo to plan
2.
planear vi (Aviac) to glide; águila to soar; (Náut) to plane
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= envisage, plan, slate (for), make + plans, mastermind, scheme, glide.
Ex. It is fairly common to have to modify a standard list, or compile a fresh list when a new application is envisaged.
Ex. An expansion of this edition which will serve school librarians throughout the English-speaking world is planned.
Ex. The next IFLA Conference is slated for August 14-28, 1995, in Istanbul, Turkey.
Ex. Subject access plays an important part when plans are made for an on-line public access catalogue (OPAC).
Ex. The centre is also masterminding a number of projects concerning Third World needs for microcomputers.
Ex. This remake of William Castle's action adventure adds a genuinely supernatural plot to the old story of the duplicitous wife scheming to kill her husband but being one-upped by his even more ingenious counterplots.
Ex. These marsupials' primary mode of travel is by gliding from tree to tree -- they rarely travel across the ground.
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* planear con ala delta = hang-glide.
* planear con antelación = plan + ahead.
* planear una actividad = plot + activity.
* si todo va de acuerdo a lo planeado = all (other) things being equal.
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1.
verbo transitivo to plan
2.
planear vi (Aviac) to glide; águila to soar; (Náut) to plane
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= envisage, plan, slate (for), make + plans, mastermind, scheme, glide.

Ex: It is fairly common to have to modify a standard list, or compile a fresh list when a new application is envisaged.

Ex: An expansion of this edition which will serve school librarians throughout the English-speaking world is planned.
Ex: The next IFLA Conference is slated for August 14-28, 1995, in Istanbul, Turkey.
Ex: Subject access plays an important part when plans are made for an on-line public access catalogue (OPAC).
Ex: The centre is also masterminding a number of projects concerning Third World needs for microcomputers.
Ex: This remake of William Castle's action adventure adds a genuinely supernatural plot to the old story of the duplicitous wife scheming to kill her husband but being one-upped by his even more ingenious counterplots.
Ex: These marsupials' primary mode of travel is by gliding from tree to tree -- they rarely travel across the ground.
* planear con ala delta = hang-glide.
* planear con antelación = plan + ahead.
* planear una actividad = plot + activity.
* si todo va de acuerdo a lo planeado = all (other) things being equal.

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planear [A1 ]
vt
1 ‹fiesta/expedición› to plan
fue un robo muy bien planeado it was a very well planned robbery
tienen planeado casarse a fin de año they plan to get married at the end of the year
2 (tramar) to plan
algo están planeando they're planning something, they're up to something (colloq)
■ planear
vi
1 (Aviac) to glide, soar (AmE)
2 «águila» to soar
3 (Náut) to plane
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planear (conjugate planear) verbo transitivo
to plan
verbo intransitivo (Aviac) to glide;
[águila] to soar;
(Náut) to plane
planear
I vtr (tramar, urdir) to plot
(preparar, pensar) to plan
II vi (un avión, ave) to glide
'planear' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
proyectar
- traerse
- calcular
- prever
English:
glide
- hover
- map out
- mastermind
- plan
- plane
- program
- programme
- project
- soar
- design
- hang
- map
- think
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planear
vt
to plan;
planean una fiesta para el viernes they are planning a party for Friday;
planeo viajar a Asia en verano I'm planning to travel to Asia this summer
vi
1. [hacer planes] to plan
2. [planeador] to glide
3. [ave] to glide, to soar
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planear
I v/t plan
II v/i AVIA glide
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planear vt
: to plan
planear vi
: to glide (in the air)
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planear vb
1. (pensar) to plan [pt. & pp. planned]
estoy planeando irme de vacaciones I'm planning to go on holiday
2. (avión, pájaro) to glide
el ala delta planeaba sobre el río the hang glider was gliding over the river

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • planear — v Planear mentalmente hacer cierta cosa partiendo de unos principios …   Diccionario de Construcción y Arquitectur

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  • planear — tr. Hacer planes. Volar un planeador …   Diccionario Castellano

  • planear —   golpear con un lado del machete …   Diccionario de Guanacastequismos


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