(Brit, informal) a place or situation that is far removed from reality or what is currently happening: those of you who’ve been on planet Zog for the last ten years
- Plan file
operating system On Unix systems that support finger, the “.plan” file in a user’s home directory is displayed when the user is fingered. This feature was originally intended to be used to keep potential fingerers apprised of one’s location and near-future plans, but has been turned almost universally to humorous and self-expressive purposes (like a […]
[plan-fawrm] /ˈplænˌfɔrm/ noun 1. the outline of an object viewed from above. /ˈplænˌfɔːm/ noun 1. the outline or silhouette of an object, esp an aircraft, as seen from above
[plan-juh nt] /ˈplæn dʒənt/ adjective 1. resounding loudly, especially with a plaintive sound, as a bell. /ˈplændʒənt/ adjective 1. having a loud deep sound 2. resonant and mournful in sound adj. “beating with a loud sound,” 1822, from Latin plangentem (nominative plangens), present participle of plangere “to strike, beat” (see plague (n.)). Related: Plangently.
[plah-nyuh] /ˈplɑ nyə/ noun 1. a Provençal elegiac poem.