Meaning of SCHEDULE in English

SCHEDULE

I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Medieval Latin scedula slip, page, charter, from Late Latin schedula slip of paper, diminutive of Latin *scheda strip of papyrus, probably back-formation from Latin schedium impromptu speech, from Greek schedion, from neuter of schedios casual; akin to Greek schedon near at hand, echein to seize, have Date: 14th century 1. a written document, a statement of supplementary details appended to a legal or legislative document, a written or printed list, catalog, or inventory, program , a body of items to be dealt with ; agenda , a governmental list of drugs all subject to the same legal restrictions and controls, II. transitive verb (~d; scheduling) Date: 1843 to appoint, assign, or designate for a fixed time, 2. to place in a ~, to make a ~ of, ~r noun

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