lay out 計画する

August 3, 2016  =========
☆ lay out 計画する
Looking at the Japanese translation for today’s word, you might already know this word as “plan”, however, you can also say “lay out” and it means that you are presenting your ideas and explaining them clearly in order to develop a plan of attack. Here are some example sentences:
He listened closely while his manager laid out the plans.
Can you lay out your ideas for the project at our meeting?
It’s time to lay out our goals for the rest of 2016.
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