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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.

scheduled

(ˈʃɛdjuːld)
adj
1. arranged or planned according to a programme, timetable, etc: a scheduled meeting; a change to the scheduled programmes on TV tonight.
2. (of an aircraft or a flight) part of a regular service, not specially chartered
3. (Architecture) Brit (of a building, place of historic interest, etc) entered on a list of places to be preserved. See also listed building
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.scheduled - planned or scheduled for some certain time or timesscheduled - planned or scheduled for some certain time or times; "the scheduled meeting"; "the scheduled flights had to be cancelled because of snow"
unscheduled - not scheduled or not on a regular schedule; "an unscheduled meeting"; "the plane made an unscheduled stop at Gander for refueling"

scheduled

adjective
Known to be about to arrive:
Translations
betervezettmenetrendszerű

scheduled

[ˈʃedjuːld, (ʊS) ˈskedjuːld]
A. ADJ [date, time] → previsto, programado; [meeting, visit] → programado
at the scheduled timea la hora prevista or programada
a week before the scheduled dateuna semana antes de lo previsto or programado
B. CPD scheduled building Nedificio m protegido
scheduled flight Nvuelo m regular
scheduled stop Nparada f programada (Aer) → escala f programada

scheduled

[ˈʃɛdjuːld] adj
[date, time] → prévu(e), indiqué(e)
at the scheduled time → à l'heure prévue
[visit, event] → programmé(e), prévu(e)
as scheduled → comme prévu
[train, bus, stop, flight] → régulier/ière

scheduled

[, (esp Brit)]
adjvorgesehen, geplant; departure etcplanmäßig; to make a scheduled stopeinen planmäßigen Halt machen; on/before the scheduled datezum/vor dem geplanten or vorgesehenen Datum; at the scheduled timezum vorgesehenen Zeitpunkt

scheduled

:
scheduled building
scheduled flight
n (= not charter)Linienflug m; (= on timetable)planmäßiger Flug
scheduled territories
pl (Brit Fin) → der Sterlingblock

scheduled

[ˈʃɛdjuːld, ɒm ˈskɛdjuːld] adj (date, time) → fissato/a; (meeting, event) → programmato/a; (programme) → in programma
References in classic literature ?
But this did not continue long, for, either according to blind chance, or to the lines of fate written in the book of life ere ever the foundations of the world were laid, Michael was scheduled for an adventure that was profoundly to affect, not alone his own destiny, but the destinies of Kwaque and Dag Daughtry and determine the very place of their death and burial.
He never ceased from his activities as a propagandist, and was always scheduled long in advance for lectures to workingmen's organizations.
That night, as you can well imagine, the theater was filled to overflowing one hour before the show was scheduled to start.
DA Pam 750-8, Para 2-4e(1), says that; if you can't; pull a service on the scheduled date you can have a 10-percent; variance.
Compare finding an impending breakdown on a standard motor in stock attached to a production line scheduled for maintenance next Wednesday at 8 AM to 4 PM to the scenario where a non-stock motor failed at night and forced a shutdown of the line for repair.
The Catering Management & Order Request Module facilitates the ordering of menu items in conjunction with conferences scheduled via GSS.
The day before the preliminary audit is scheduled to start, I designate a room where the auditors can work.
2) A different set of proposed regulations (which would have significantly changed the 1986 proposed regulations) were scheduled to be issued in January 1993, but were delayed by the change in presidential administration and never issued.
A new client/server version that supports Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and Sybase databases is scheduled for release this year.
In those cases, the temporary difference should be scheduled to reverse in the "indefinite column" (the very last column).
For example, a school of 1,000 with a near-final master schedule may see the number of students accurately scheduled go from 75 percent to 85 percent.
While services are scheduled for churches through the San Fernando Valley, two of the largest multidenominational celebrations are scheduled to be held in the Hollywood Hills near Burbank, and in Hollywood.