time ‧ line /ˈtaɪmlaɪn/ BrE AmE noun [countable]
1 . a plan for when things will happen or how long you think something will take:
The timeline for the project is optimistic.
2 . a line showing the order in which events happened
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▪ schedule a detailed plan of what someone is going to do and when they will do it, especially someone important:
He has a very busy schedule.
The President’s schedule includes a two-day visit to St Petersburg.
▪ timetable British English , schedule American English a written list that shows the exact times when something will happen, for example when planes or buses leave, or when classes at school take place:
The timetable said there was another train at 6.15.
According to the class schedule, English 104 is at 10 am in Royce Hall.
▪ programme British English , program American English a plan that shows the order of activities at a ceremony, sports meeting, public event etc:
Who is organizing the conference programme?
the next event on the program
▪ agenda a list of the subjects that will be discussed at a meeting:
Attached is the agenda for the budget committee meeting.
the final item on the agenda
▪ timeline a plan for when things will happen or how long you think something will take – used especially in business English:
The timeline for the project is less than six months from start to finish.
What is the usual timeline from the sale of a house to the day you can move in?
▪ itinerary a plan or list of the places you will visit on a journey, usually with the date or time that you will be there:
The Travel Pack includes a detailed itinerary, maps, and a travel guide.
Let me know your itinerary when you know it.