Planing vs. Planning

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Main Difference

The main difference between Planing and Planning is that the Planing is a not an independent word but used with used with other words to convey their meaning i.e. hydroplaning and Planning is the process of thinking about the activities required to achieve a desired goal.

  • Planing (verb)

    present participle of plane

  • Planing (noun)

    The act by which something is planed.

  • Planning (verb)

    present participle of plan

  • Planning (noun)

    Action of the verb to plan.

  • Planning (noun)

    The act of formulating of a course of action, or of drawing up plans.

  • Planning (noun)

    The act of making contingency plans.

  • Planning (noun)

    Planning permission.

    "My neighbours were going to build an extension but they didn't get planning."

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