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program

pro·gram

program

 
pronunciation:
pro graem
parts of speech:
noun, intransitive verb, transitive verb
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: a plan of procedure; schedule.
synonyms:
plan, schedule
similar words:
agenda, bill, calendar, design, docket, scheme, slate
definition 2: an organized presentation, usu. public.
synonyms:
presentation, show
similar words:
performance, production
definition 3: a description or list of information relevant to a public performance or presentation.
He distributed concert programs.
synonyms:
playbill
similar words:
bill, dramatis personae, handbill, outline, synopsis
definition 4: a television or radio show.
synonyms:
broadcast, show
similar words:
serial, series, telecast
definition 5: an organized, systematic plan for solving a problem.
similar words:
plan, platform, policy, prospectus
definition 6: a sequence of instructions that allows a machine, esp. a computer, to perform an operation or set of operations.
a word-processing program
similar words:
software
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: programed, programing, programmed, programming, programs
definition: to make or plan a program.
similar words:
design, plan
 
part of speech: transitive verb
definition 1: to include in a schedule or plan of procedure.
synonyms:
arrange, schedule
similar words:
book, calendar, catalogue, docket, include, line up, list, plan, register, slate
definition 2: to arrange into an organized schedule or plan.
synonyms:
organize, plan, schedule
similar words:
arrange, blueprint, design, engineer, frame, map out, systematize
definition 3: to train (a person or animal) to respond in a particular way.
similar words:
brainwash, discipline, indoctrinate, train
definition 4: to make a computer program for.
similar words:
arrange, design, engineer
derivation: programmable (programable) (adj.)
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Word Parts
The word program contains the following parts:
pro-2 Greek prefix that means before
synonyms:
pre-
antonyms:
post-
 
gram Greek root that means write