Meaning of SCHEDULE in English

SCHEDULE

I.

noun

1 plan of work to be done

ADJECTIVE

▪ daily , weekly , etc.

▪ current

▪ normal , regular

▪ ambitious , busy , demanding , full , gruelling/grueling , heavy , hectic , punishing ( esp. BrE ), rigorous , tight

▪ rigid , strict

▪ flexible

▪ delivery , development , payment , production , training , work , etc.

▪ filming , recording , shooting

VERB + SCHEDULE

▪ have , maintain

She has a very demanding ~.

▪ arrange , design , draw up , establish , make , plan , prepare , work out

▪ adjust , alter , juggle ( AmE ), rearrange

▪ check

▪ keep to , meet , stay on , stick to

We had to work a lot of overtime to meet the strict production ~.

▪ be ahead of , run ahead of

▪ interrupt , take time out of

The president took time out of his busy ~ to visit our school.

▪ fit sth into

I'm trying to fit everything into my busy ~.

SCHEDULE + VERB

▪ have a ~ to keep ( AmE )

We have a tight ~ to keep.

PREPOSITION

▪ according to ~

At this stage everything is going according to ~.

▪ behind ~

We're starting to slip behind ~.

▪ in the ~

Allow time in the ~ for sickness.

▪ off ~ ( esp. AmE )

We're five days off ~.

▪ on ~

The project is right on ~.

2 ( AmE ) list showing times of events ⇨ See also ↑ timetable

ADJECTIVE

▪ class , course , exam , lecture , school

▪ bus , train

Connor checked the bus ~s for the day.

▪ flight

disruptions to flight ~s caused by the strike

▪ racing

VERB + SCHEDULE

▪ check , compare , look at , scan

3 list of television programmes/programs

ADJECTIVE

▪ television , TV

▪ programme ( BrE ), programming ( esp. AmE )

▪ network

▪ daytime , evening , prime-time ( esp. AmE ), weekday

▪ spring , summer , etc.

▪ Saturday , Sunday , etc.

II.

verb

ADVERB

▪ currently

▪ initially , originally

The meeting was originally ~d for March 12.

▪ provisionally , tentatively

▪ regularly

PREPOSITION

▪ for

The movie is ~d for release next month.

PHRASES

▪ be ~d to begin, open, take place, etc.

The Grand Prix is ~d to take place on July 4.

▪ be ~d to appear, compete, speak, etc.

Schedule is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ appointment , ↑ audition , ↑ conference , ↑ election , ↑ event , ↑ fixture , ↑ hearing , ↑ interview , ↑ launch , ↑ meeting , ↑ session , ↑ visit , ↑ vote , ↑ workshop

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