master-plan

[mas-ter-plan, mah-ster-]

verb (used with object), mas·ter-planned, mas·ter-plan·ning.

to construct a master plan for: to master-plan one's career.
to develop or improve (land, a community, a building complex, or the like) through a long-range plan that balances and harmonizes all elements: The engineers master-planned the island to provide for increases in the tourist population.

Nearby words

  1. master workman,
  2. master's degree,
  3. master's test,
  4. master's two-step exercise test,
  5. master-at-arms,
  6. master-slave manipulator,
  7. master-stroke,
  8. master-work,
  9. masterclass,
  10. masterful

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