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    #1

    Smile "sth in plan" OR "sth under plan"

    I wonder whether we should use "sth in plan" or "sth under plan"?
    I cannot find "sth in plan" in dictionaries, but I guess it can be used.
    If both of them can be used, is there any difference between them?


    Thanks.

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    Re: "sth in plan" OR "sth under plan"

    I don't think you should assume that everyone knows what 'sth' is.
    And plan has many meanings. A scheme? A drawing?

    not a teacher

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