Meaning of SCHEDULE in English

SCHEDULE

(~s, scheduling, ~d)

Frequency: The word is one of the 1500 most common words in English.

1.

A ~ is a plan that gives a list of events or tasks and the times at which each one should happen or be done.

He has been forced to adjust his ~...

We both have such hectic ~s.

= timetable

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2.

You can use ~ to refer to the time or way something is planned to be done. For example, if something is completed on ~, it is completed at the time planned.

The jet arrived in Johannesburg two minutes ahead of ~...

Everything went according to ~...

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3.

If something is ~d to happen at a particular time, arrangements are made for it to happen at that time.

The space shuttle had been ~d to blast off at 04:38...

A presidential election was ~d for last December...

No new talks are ~d.

VERB: usu passive, be V-ed to-inf, be V-ed for n, V-ed

4.

A ~ is a written list of things, for example a list of prices, details, or conditions.

= list

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5.

A ~ is a list of all the times when trains, boats, buses, or aircraft are supposed to arrive at or leave a particular place. (mainly AM; in BRIT, usually use timetable )

...a bus ~.

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6.

In a school or college, a ~ is a diagram that shows the times in the week at which particular subjects are taught. (AM; in BRIT, usually use timetable )

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