Master Plan

Business / Real Estate / Master Plan: A comprehensive plan to guide the long-term physical development of a particular area.

Other Words for Master

Master Noun Synonyms: teacher, tutor, instructor, guide, leader, guru, swami
Master Adjective Synonyms: expert, authority, genius, craftsman, adept, maestro, mastermind, past master, old hand, virtuoso, ace, professional, pro, wizard, dab hand, crackerjack, maven or mavin
Master Verb Synonyms: owner, head, chief, leader, chieftain, commander, lord, governor, director, controller, employer, manager, overseer, supervisor, superintendent, taskmaster, slave-driver, principal, sovereign, monarch, ruler, lord high muck-a-muck, Pooh-Bah, kingpin
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Other Words for Plan

Plan Noun Synonyms: design, layout, blueprint, scheme, method, procedure, system, arrangement, programme, project, formula, pattern, script, scenario
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Planned Amortization Class (PAC)

Business / Finance / Planned Amortization Class (PAC): (1) The class of CMO that has the most stable cash flows and the lowest prepayment risk of any class of CMO Because of a stable cash flow, it is considered the least risky CMO (2) A CMO bond class tha MORE

Planktotrophic Larva

Science / Marine Biology / Planktotrophic Larva: Planktonic-dispersing larva that derives its nourishment by feeding in the plankton MORE

Planktonic Organisms

Science / Biology / Planktonic Organisms: Floaters; one of the two main types of organisms in the pelagic zone of the marine biome. MORE

Planned Capital Expenditure Program

Business / Finance / Planned Capital Expenditure Program: Budgeted or projected outlays for major expenditures on permanent or fixed assets as outlined in the corporate financial plan. MORE

Planned Financing Program

Business / Finance / Planned Financing Program: Budgeted or projected ways need for reasons or to obtain short-term and long-term financing as outlined in the corporate financial plan. MORE

Plant

Business / Finance / Plant: The assets of a business including land, buildings, machinery, and all equipment permanently employed. MORE

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