program


program
program, schedule, timetable, agenda denote a formulated plan listing things to be done or to take place, especially in their time order.
Program is the term of widest application. It may refer to a mental plan or to one that is written or printed; it may be applied not only to a plan for a meeting, an entertainment, or a service but to one made by an individual in ordering his own day or his own future or to one made by a group that has certain ends in view and proposes their orderly achievement
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what is your program for today?

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the program of a concert

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theater programs

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the Five-Year Plan was the name given the industrialization program of the Soviet Union

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Schedule and timetable stress the importance of the time element and imply a plan of procedure which establishes not only the chronological order of events or steps but also their time limits
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the schedule for a college year

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â schedule of production in a factory

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the timetable life of a New York University student— N. Y. Times

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the timetable for expansion of Soviet power and influence in Asia has been seriously upset— Mosely

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Schedule is sometimes used, but timetable distinctly more often, for ar tabulated list of regularly recurring events (as arrivals and departures of trains or buses)
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a schedule of classes

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it was in October 1839 that George Bradshaw issued the first timetable to show all trains then running in this country—O. S. Nock

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Agenda is applied chiefly to a schedule of the order of business for a meeting.

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  • program — [prō′gram΄, prō′grəm] n. [< LL & Fr: Fr programme < LL programma < Gr, edict < prographein, to write in public < pro , before + graphein, to write: see PRO 1 & GRAPHIC] 1. Obs. a) a proclamation b) a prospectus or syllabus …   English World dictionary

  • program — PROGRÁM, programe, s.n. 1. Plan de activitate în care sunt stabilite (în ordinea desfăşurării lor) etapele propuse pentru o perioadă dată; desfăşurare a activităţii (individuale, dintr o instituţie) după un astfel de plan. 2. Expunere (scrisă) a… …   Dicționar Român

  • program — program, programme The standard spelling in BrE, except in computer language, is programme, and in AmE it is program. In the context of computing, program is used in both AmE and BrE, and as a verb has inflected forms programmed, programming in… …   Modern English usage

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  • program — (Amer.) pro·gram || prəʊgræm n. plan, project,schedule, agenda, written order of events; public presentation; show that is broadcast on television or radio; planned group of activities; prospectus, syllabus; computer program (also programme)… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Program — Pro gram, n. Same as {Programme}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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