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    'He equipped himself with a street plan' ->???

    He equipped himself with a street plan?

    This is a sentence from my dictionary and I don't understand the meaning.

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    Re: 'He equipped himself with a street plan' ->???

    Quote Originally Posted by Gillnetter View Post
    it sounds like some sort of document outlining where the streets are to be built. A city would have plans for street construction - maybe that is what it is. I don't know why someone would "equip" themselves with such a plan. What dictionary are you using?

    Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (7th Ed.) p 514

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