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time·ta·ble

 (tīm′tā′bəl)
n.
A schedule listing the times at which certain events, such as arrivals and departures at a transportation station, are expected to take place.

timetable

(ˈtaɪmˌteɪbəl)
n
a list or table of events arranged according to the time when they take place; schedule
vb
1. (tr) to include in or arrange according to a timetable
2. (intr) to draw up a timetable

time•ta•ble

(ˈtaɪmˌteɪ bəl)

n.
1. a schedule showing the times at which railroad trains, airplanes, etc., arrive and depart.
2. any plan designating the times when certain things occur or are scheduled to occur.

timetable


Past participle: timetabled
Gerund: timetabling

Imperative
timetable
timetable
Present
I timetable
you timetable
he/she/it timetables
we timetable
you timetable
they timetable
Preterite
I timetabled
you timetabled
he/she/it timetabled
we timetabled
you timetabled
they timetabled
Present Continuous
I am timetabling
you are timetabling
he/she/it is timetabling
we are timetabling
you are timetabling
they are timetabling
Present Perfect
I have timetabled
you have timetabled
he/she/it has timetabled
we have timetabled
you have timetabled
they have timetabled
Past Continuous
I was timetabling
you were timetabling
he/she/it was timetabling
we were timetabling
you were timetabling
they were timetabling
Past Perfect
I had timetabled
you had timetabled
he/she/it had timetabled
we had timetabled
you had timetabled
they had timetabled
Future
I will timetable
you will timetable
he/she/it will timetable
we will timetable
you will timetable
they will timetable
Future Perfect
I will have timetabled
you will have timetabled
he/she/it will have timetabled
we will have timetabled
you will have timetabled
they will have timetabled
Future Continuous
I will be timetabling
you will be timetabling
he/she/it will be timetabling
we will be timetabling
you will be timetabling
they will be timetabling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been timetabling
you have been timetabling
he/she/it has been timetabling
we have been timetabling
you have been timetabling
they have been timetabling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been timetabling
you will have been timetabling
he/she/it will have been timetabling
we will have been timetabling
you will have been timetabling
they will have been timetabling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been timetabling
you had been timetabling
he/she/it had been timetabling
we had been timetabling
you had been timetabling
they had been timetabling
Conditional
I would timetable
you would timetable
he/she/it would timetable
we would timetable
you would timetable
they would timetable
Past Conditional
I would have timetabled
you would have timetabled
he/she/it would have timetabled
we would have timetabled
you would have timetabled
they would have timetabled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.timetable - a schedule listing events and the times at which they will take placetimetable - a schedule listing events and the times at which they will take place
schedule - an ordered list of times at which things are planned to occur
2.timetable - a schedule of times of arrivals and departures
schedule - an ordered list of times at which things are planned to occur

timetable

noun
1. schedule, programme, agenda, list, diary, calendar, order of the day The timetable was hopelessly optimistic.
2. syllabus, course, curriculum, programme, teaching programme Latin was not included on the timetable.
verb
1. schedule, plan, arrange, organize, set, book, programme, set up, line up, slate (informal), slot in, fix up, prearrange I had nothing timetabled around this lunch-break.

timetable

noun
An organized list, as of procedures, activities, or events:
Translations
جَدْوَلٌ زَمَنِيّجَدْوَل مَواعيد
časový rozvrhjízdní řádškolní rozvrh
tidsplankøreplanskema
ajakavasõiduplaantunniplaan
aikataulu
raspored
menetrendórarend
tímatafla, stundatafla
時刻表
시간표
cestovný poriadok
dnevni redurnikvozni red
tidtabell
ตารางเวลา
programzaman çizelgesi
lịch trình

timetable

[ˈtaɪmˌteɪbl]
A. N (for trains, buses) → horario m; (= programme of events etc) → programa m, agenda f; [of negotiations] → calendario m (Scol) → horario m; (as booklet) → guía f, horario m
B. VT (Brit) → programar

timetable

[ˈtaɪmteɪbəl] n
(for trains, planes, buses)horaire m
(at school)emploi m du temps
(= programme of events) → programme m

timetable

[ˈtaɪmˌteɪbl] n (for trains) → orario; (programme of events) → programma m

time

(taim) noun
1. the hour of the day. What time is it?; Can your child tell the time yet?
2. the passage of days, years, events etc. time and space; Time will tell.
3. a point at which, or period during which, something happens. at the time of his wedding; breakfast-time.
4. the quantity of minutes, hours, days etc, eg spent in, or available for, a particular activity etc. This won't take much time to do; I enjoyed the time I spent in Paris; At the end of the exam, the supervisor called `Your time is up!'
5. a suitable moment or period. Now is the time to ask him.
6. one of a number occasions. He's been to France four times.
7. a period characterized by a particular quality in a person's life, experience etc. He went through an unhappy time when she died; We had some good times together.
8. the speed at which a piece of music should be played; tempo. in slow time.
verb
1. to measure the time taken by (a happening, event etc) or by (a person, in doing something). He timed the journey.
2. to choose a particular time for. You timed your arrival beautifully!
ˈtimeless adjective
1. not belonging to, or typical of, any particular time. timeless works of art.
2. never-ending. the timeless beauty of Venice.
ˈtimelessly adverb
ˈtimelessness noun
ˈtimely adjective
coming at the right moment. Your arrival was most timely.
ˈtimeliness noun
ˈtimer noun
1. a person who, or a device which, measures the time taken by anything. a three-minute egg-timer.
2. a clock-like device which sets something off or switches something on or off at a given time.
times noun plural
1. a period; an era. We live in difficult times.
2. in mathematics, used to mean multiplied by. Four times two is eight.
ˈtiming noun
1. the measuring of the amount of time taken.
2. the regulating of speech or actions to achieve the best effect. All comedians should have a good sense of timing.
time bomb
a bomb that has been set to explode at a particular time.
ˈtime-consuming adjective
taking too much time to do. a time-consuming process/job.
time limit
a fixed length of time during which something must be done and finished. The examination has a time limit of three hours.
time ˈoff noun
a period of time away from work or studying.
time ˈout noun
(American).
1. (in basketball etc) a short break requested by the coach to give instructions etc.
2. a short period of rest from an activity. to take time out to relax.
ˈtimetable noun
a list of the times of trains, school classes etc.
all in good time
soon enough.
all the time
continually.
at times
occasionally; sometimes.
be behind time
to be late.
for the time being
meanwhile. I am staying at home for the time being.
from time to time
occasionally; sometimes. From time to time he brings me a present.
in good time
early enough; before a set time (for an appointment etc). We arrived in good time for the concert.
in time
1. early enough. He arrived in time for dinner; Are we in time to catch the train?
2. (with with) at the same speed or rhythm. They marched in time with the music.
no time (at all)
a very short time indeed. The journey took no time (at all).
one/two etc at a time
singly, or in groups of two etc. They came into the room three at a time.
on time
at the right time. The train left on time.
save/waste time
to avoid spending time; to spend time unnecessarily. Take my car instead of walking, if you want to save time; We mustn't waste time discussing unimportant matters.
take one's time
to do something as slowly as one wishes.
time and (time) again
again and again; repeatedly. I asked her time and (time) again not to do that.

timetable

جَدْوَلٌ زَمَنِيّ časový rozvrh tidsplan Zeitplan ωρολόγιο πρόγραμμα horario aikataulu emploi du temps raspored orario 時刻表 시간표 dienstregeling rutetabell rozkład jazdy horário, programação расписание tidtabell ตารางเวลา program lịch trình 时刻表
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