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sched·ule

 (skĕj′o͞ol, -o͞o-əl, skĕj′əl)
n.
1. A list of times of departures and arrivals; a timetable: a bus schedule; a schedule of guided tours.
2. A plan for performing work or achieving an objective, specifying the order and allotted time for each part: finished the project on schedule.
3. A printed or written list of items in tabular form: a schedule of postal rates.
4.
a. A program of events or appointments expected in a given time: Can you fit me into your schedule Tuesday afternoon?
b. A student's program of classes.
5. A supplemental statement of details appended to a document.
6.
a. A federally regulated list of controlled substances, ranked in classes by potential for abuse.
b. One of the ranks or classes in such a list.
tr.v. sched·uled, sched·ul·ing, sched·ules
1. To enter on a schedule: calculate and schedule each tax deduction on the proper form.
2. To make up a schedule for: I haven't scheduled the coming week yet.
3. To plan or appoint for a certain time or date: scheduled a trip in June; was scheduled to arrive Monday.
4. To list or rank (a controlled substance) in a schedule.

[Middle English sedule, slip of parchment or paper, note, from Old French cedule, from Late Latin schedula, diminutive of scheda, variant of Latin scida, papyrus strip, from Greek skhida, skhedē; perhaps akin to skhizein, to split; see schizo-.]

sched′u·lar adj.
sched′u·ler n.

schedule

(ˈʃɛdjuːl; esp US ˈskɛdʒʊəl)
n
1. a plan of procedure for a project, allotting the work to be done and the time for it
2. a list of items: a schedule of fixed prices.
3. a list of times, esp of arrivals and departures; timetable
4. a list of tasks to be performed, esp within a set period
5. (Law) law a list or inventory, usually supplementary to a contract, will, etc
6. on schedule at the expected or planned time
vb (tr)
7. to make a schedule of or place in a schedule
8. to plan to occur at a certain time
[C14: earlier cedule, sedule via Old French from Late Latin schedula small piece of paper, from Latin scheda sheet of paper]
ˈschedular adj

sched•ule

(ˈskɛdʒ ul, -ʊl, -u əl; Brit. ˈʃɛd yul, ˈʃɛdʒ ul)

n., v. -uled, -ul•ing. n.
1. a plan of procedure, usu. written, for a proposed objective, esp. with reference to the sequence of events and the time allotted for each: They completed the project on schedule.
2. a series of things to be done or of events to occur at or during a particular time or period: He always has a full schedule.
3. a timetable.
4. a written or printed statement of details, often in tabular form, esp. as an addendum to another document.
5. Obs. a written paper.
v.t.
6. to make a schedule of or enter in a schedule.
7. to plan for a certain date: to schedule publication for June.
[1350–1400; Middle English cedule, sedule < Middle French < Late Latin schedula=sched(a) papyrus strip (alter. of Latin scida) + Latin -ula -ule]
sched′ul•er, n.

schedule

- Goes back to Greek skhede, for "leaf of papyrus"; it started out meaning a ticket or a brief note.
See also related terms for papyrus.

schedule


Past participle: scheduled
Gerund: scheduling

Imperative
schedule
schedule
Present
I schedule
you schedule
he/she/it schedules
we schedule
you schedule
they schedule
Preterite
I scheduled
you scheduled
he/she/it scheduled
we scheduled
you scheduled
they scheduled
Present Continuous
I am scheduling
you are scheduling
he/she/it is scheduling
we are scheduling
you are scheduling
they are scheduling
Present Perfect
I have scheduled
you have scheduled
he/she/it has scheduled
we have scheduled
you have scheduled
they have scheduled
Past Continuous
I was scheduling
you were scheduling
he/she/it was scheduling
we were scheduling
you were scheduling
they were scheduling
Past Perfect
I had scheduled
you had scheduled
he/she/it had scheduled
we had scheduled
you had scheduled
they had scheduled
Future
I will schedule
you will schedule
he/she/it will schedule
we will schedule
you will schedule
they will schedule
Future Perfect
I will have scheduled
you will have scheduled
he/she/it will have scheduled
we will have scheduled
you will have scheduled
they will have scheduled
Future Continuous
I will be scheduling
you will be scheduling
he/she/it will be scheduling
we will be scheduling
you will be scheduling
they will be scheduling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been scheduling
you have been scheduling
he/she/it has been scheduling
we have been scheduling
you have been scheduling
they have been scheduling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been scheduling
you will have been scheduling
he/she/it will have been scheduling
we will have been scheduling
you will have been scheduling
they will have been scheduling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been scheduling
you had been scheduling
he/she/it had been scheduling
we had been scheduling
you had been scheduling
they had been scheduling
Conditional
I would schedule
you would schedule
he/she/it would schedule
we would schedule
you would schedule
they would schedule
Past Conditional
I would have scheduled
you would have scheduled
he/she/it would have scheduled
we would have scheduled
you would have scheduled
they would have scheduled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.schedule - a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended toschedule - a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to
plan, program, programme - a series of steps to be carried out or goals to be accomplished; "they drew up a six-step plan"; "they discussed plans for a new bond issue"
fare, menu - an agenda of things to do; "they worked rapidly down the menu of reports"
2.schedule - an ordered list of times at which things are planned to occurschedule - an ordered list of times at which things are planned to occur
list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
network programming - the schedule of programs to be broadcast on a network
timetable - a schedule of times of arrivals and departures
timetable - a schedule listing events and the times at which they will take place
Verb1.schedule - plan for an activity or eventschedule - plan for an activity or event; "I've scheduled a concert next week"
time - assign a time for an activity or event; "The candidate carefully timed his appearance at the disaster scene"
book - engage for a performance; "Her agent had booked her for several concerts in Tokyo"
calendar - enter into a calendar
slot - assign a time slot; "slot a television program"
plan - make plans for something; "He is planning a trip with his family"
2.schedule - make a scheduleschedule - make a schedule; plan the time and place for events; "I scheduled an exam for this afternoon"
plan - make plans for something; "He is planning a trip with his family"
program, programme - arrange a program of or for; "program the 80th birthday party"
reschedule - assign a new time and place for an event; "We had to reschedule the doctor's appointment"

schedule

noun
1. plan, programme, agenda, calendar, timetable, itinerary, list of appointments He has been forced to adjust his schedule.
2. list, catalogue, inventory, syllabus a detailed written schedule
verb
1. plan, set up, book, programme, arrange, organize, timetable No new talks are scheduled.

schedule

noun
1. A series, as of names or words, printed or written down:
2. An organized list, as of procedures, activities, or events:
verb
1. To enter on a schedule:
2. To plan the details or arrangements of:
3. To set the time for (an event or occasion):
Translations
جَدْوَلجَدْوَل مَواعيد، بَرْنامَجيُحَدِّد المَواعيد
harmonogramnaplánovatplánprogramrozpis
planplanlæggetidsplan
aikataulu
raspored
beütemezmunkaterv
áætluntímasetja
予定
일정
grafiksieplānotparedzētplānotplāns
urnikvozni rednačrtovati
schema
ตารางเวลา
programprogram yapmaktarifeplânlamak
kế hoạch

schedule

[ˈʃedjuːl, (ʊS) ˈskedjuːl]
A. N
1. (= timetable) [of work, visits, events] → programa m, calendario m; [of trains, buses] → horario m (TV, Rad) (often pl) → programación f
a busy/punishing scheduleun programa or calendario apretado/agotador, una agenda apretada/agotadora
we are working to a very tight scheduletenemos un programa or calendario de trabajo muy apretado
the strike could threaten Christmas schedulesla huelga podría afectar a la programación de Navidad
everything went according to scheduletodo sucedió según se había previsto
the work is behind/ahead of scheduleel trabajo lleva retraso/va adelantado (con respecto al programa or calendario)
I was running one hour behind schedulellevaba una hora de retraso con respecto a mi agenda
the train arrived on/ahead of scheduleel tren llegó a la hora prevista/antes de lo previsto
2. (= list) [of contents, goods, charges] → lista f
3. (Jur) → inventario m
B. VT (= programme, timetable) [+ meeting] → programar, fijar; [+ TV programmes] → programar; [+ trains, planes] → programar el horario de
the meeting is scheduled for seven o'clock or to begin at seven o'clockla reunión está programada or fijada para las siete
the plane is scheduled for two o'clock or to land at two o'clockla hora de llegada prevista del avión es a las dos
an election was scheduled for last Decemberse habían programado or planeado unas elecciones para el pasado mes de diciembre
you are scheduled to speak for 20 minutessegún el programa hablarás durante 20 minutos
I have nothing scheduled for Fridayno tengo nada programado or planeado para el viernes
I've scheduled an appointment with the doctorhe pedido hora con el médico
a second attempt to schedule a presidential debate has failedha fracasado un segundo intento de fijar una fecha para el debate presidencial
this building is scheduled for demolitionse ha previsto la demolición de este edificio
as scheduledsegún lo previsto, de acuerdo con lo previsto

schedule

[ˈʃɛdjuːl]
n
(= plan) → programme m, plan m
a busy schedule → un programme chargé
to work to a tight schedule
We are working to a very tight schedule → Notre programme de travail est très serré.
to go according to schedule → se passer comme prévu
Everything went according to schedule → Tout s'est passé comme prévu.
on schedule (= at the right time) → à l'heure prévue, à l'heure (= on the right day) → à la date prévue
to be ahead of schedule → avoir de l'avance
to be behind schedule → avoir du retard
[trains, buses] → horaire m
a bus schedule → un horaire d'autobus
[prices] → barème m, tarif m
a schedule of charges → un tarif
vtprévoir
The meeting is scheduled for tomorrow → La réunion est prévue pour demain.
to be scheduled to do sth → devoir faire qch

schedule

[, (esp Brit)]
n
(of events)Programm nt; (of work)Zeitplan m; (of lessons)Stundenplan m; (esp US: = timetable) → Fahr-/Flugplan m; (US: = list) → Verzeichnis nt; production scheduleProduktionsplan m, → Fertigungsprogramm nt; building scheduleBauprogramm nt; what’s on the schedule for today?was steht für heute auf dem Programm?; according to scheduleplanmäßig; (work also) → nach Plan; the train is behind scheduleder Zug hat Verspätung; the bus was on scheduleder Bus war pünktlich, der Bus kam fahrplanmäßig an; the building will be opened on scheduledas Gebäude wird wie geplant eröffnet werden; the work is up to scheduledie Arbeit verläuft nach Zeitplan; the work is ahead of/behind schedulewir/sie etc sind (mit der Arbeit) dem Zeitplan voraus/in Verzug or im Rückstand; we are working to a very tight scheduleunsere Termine sind sehr eng (inf)
(= insurance, mortgage schedule)Urkunde f; (US Jur: = appendix) → Anhang m
vtplanen; (= put on programme, timetable)ansetzen; (US: = list) → aufführen; the work is scheduled for completion in 3 monthsdie Arbeit soll (nach dem or laut Zeitplan) in 3 Monaten fertig(gestellt) sein; this is not scheduled for this yeardas steht für dieses Jahr nicht auf dem Programm; this building is scheduled for demolitiones ist geplant, dieses Gebäude abzureißen; you are scheduled to speak for 20 minutesfür Sie sind 20 Minuten Sprechzeit vorgesehen; she is scheduled to speak tomorrowihre Rede ist für morgen geplant or angesetzt; trains/buses to New York will be scheduled differentlydie Abfahrtszeiten der Züge/Busse nach New York werden geändert; the plane is scheduled to take off at 2 o’clockplanmäßiger Abflug ist 2 Uhr; the journey is scheduled to last 7 hoursdie Fahrt soll 7 Stunden dauern; this stop was not scheduleddieser Aufenthalt war nicht eingeplant

schedule

[ˈʃɛdjuːl, ɒm ˈskɛdjuːl]
1. n
a. (timetable, of work, visits, events) → programma m, tabella or ruolino di marcia
the work is behind/ahead of schedule → il lavoro è in ritardo/in anticipo sul previsto
on schedule → in orario
we are working to a very tight schedule → il nostro programma di lavoro è molto intenso
everything went according to schedule → tutto è andato secondo i piani or secondo il previsto
b. (list, of contents, goods) → lista; (Customs, Tax) → tabella
2. vt (date, time) → fissare, stabilire; (visit, event) → programmare
as scheduled → come stabilito
scheduled flight → volo di linea
the meeting is scheduled for 7.00 or to begin at 7.00 → la riunione è fissata per le 7
this building is scheduled for demolition → questo edificio è destinato alla demolizione

schedule

(ˈʃedjuːl) , ((American) ˈsked-) noun
a statement of details, especially of timing of activities, or of things to be done. a work schedule for next month.
verb
to plan the time of (an event etc). The meeting is scheduled for 9.00 a.m.

schedule

جَدْوَل program tidsplan Zeitplan χρονοδιάγραμμα calendario aikataulu programme raspored programma 予定 일정 schema timeplan harmonogram cronograma, plano график schema ตารางเวลา program kế hoạch 日程安排

sched·ule

n. horario;
v. hacer un horario; programar.

schedule

n horario; vaccination — esquema m or calendario de vacunación, calendario vacunal (esp. Esp); vt (an appointment, surgery, etc.) programar (una cita, una cirugía, etc.)
References in classic literature ?
I have a schedule prescription for each hour in the day; he takes all care from me, and so I feel basely ungrateful not to value it more.
can inform me where to find the schedule, the documents, the evidences, in whatever shape they exist, of the vast amount of Uncle Jaffrey's missing property.
For the benefit of readers voracious for everything about everybody, schedule chapters might be provided by inferior novelists, good at painting say tiresome bourgeois fathers, gouty uncles and brothers in the army, as sometimes in great pictures we read that the sheep in the foreground have been painted by Mr.
With serene regularity, as if controlled by a schedule, bullets buffed into men.
Consent, then, I beg you, madame, to write at the bottom of this schedule, which has been drawn up by Mazarin, as you see:
What you need is to pay for your own protection," I cut in when he drew breath, and I showed him a yellowish paper, supplied gratis by Government, which is called Schedule D.
Then came the following schedule of his extensive lands:
And then came a letter that started me for Africa twelve days ahead of my schedule.
As it was, they were running far behind their schedule, each day eating into the margin they had run up.
Partly a disciple of Thackeray, he went beyond Thackeray's example in the refusal to take his art altogether seriously as an art; rather, he treated it as a form of business, sneering at the idea of special inspiration, and holding himself rigidly to a mechanical schedule of composition--a definite and unvarying number of pages in a specified number of hours on each of his working days.
The truth and grandeur of their thought is proved by its scope and applicability, for it commands the entire schedule and inventory of things for its illustration.
It was printed with the dentist's name and address and the usual schedule of "plate work" and "bridge work" and specious promises of "painless" operations.