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schedule

sched·ule

schedule

 
 
pronunciation:
ske jul [or] ske ju l [or] ske jl
parts of speech:
noun, transitive verb
features:
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: a plan of activity organized by units of time.
The doctor can't fit any more appointments into her schedule tomorrow.According to the tour schedule, we should be in Rome next Tuesday.She checked her class schedule to see if she had gym the next day.
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synonyms:
calendar, program, slate
similar words:
agenda, bill
definition 2: a timetable, as for trains or buses.
Check the bus schedule and see what time the bus gets in.
synonyms:
timetable
definition 3: a list or inventory of items, often arranged by classification.
a tariff schedule
synonyms:
inventory, itemization
similar words:
bill, roster
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part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: scheduled, schedules, scheduling
definition 1: to enter into an existing schedule.
We scheduled a stop in Seattle to visit some friends.
synonyms:
program
similar words:
assign, book, list, plan, slate
definition 2: to set the date or time of.
They scheduled the wedding for the middle of June.The receptionist scheduled my next appointment for ten o'clock on Friday.
 
synonyms:
program
similar words:
arrange, calendar, plan, slate, time
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