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to abandon a plan


Definition (British English)

abandon, plan
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Definition (American English)

abandon, plan
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abandon, plan
Merriam Webster


abandon, plan
Online Etymology Dictionary

einen Plan fallenlassen | einen Plan fallen lassen



Plan, fallenlassen, fallen, lassen


Gablers Wirtschaftslexikon

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