To create a time-schedule.
To plan an activity at a specific date or time in the future.
A timetable, or other time-based plan of events; a plan of what is to occur, and at what time.
Each of the five divisions into which controlled drugs are classified, or the restrictions denoted by such classification.
An allocation or ordering of a set of tasks on one or several resources.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
A memorial is any object, whether a writing, a monument, or other permanent thing that is designed or adapted to keep something in remembrance. Record is a word of wide signification, applying to any writing, mark, or trace that serves as a memorial giving enduring attestation of an event or fact; an extended account, chronicle, or history is a record; so, too, may be a brief inventory or memorandum; the inscription on a tombstone is a record of the dead; the striæ on a rock-surface are the record of a glacier's passage. A register is a formal or official written record, especially a series of entries made for preservation or reference; as, a register of births and deaths. Archives, in the sense here considered, are documents or records, often legal records, preserved in a public or official depository; the word archives is also applied to the place where such documents are regularly deposited and preserved. Muniments (Latin munio, fortify) are records that enable one to defend his title. Compare HISTORY; STORY.
agenda, docket, schedulenoun
a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to
an ordered list of times at which things are planned to occur
plan for an activity or event
"I've scheduled a concert next week"
make a schedule; plan the time and place for events
"I scheduled an exam for this afternoon"
her dance card ( schedule) is full
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How to use schedule in a sentence?
We thank her for her contributions to the network over the years and wish her continued success in her future endeavors, we will continue our reduced live primetime schedule for the foreseeable future in an effort to allocate staff resources to continuous breaking news coverage on the Coronavirus crisis.
This is a massive road course, and there were people everywhere around the course, it's exciting, man. When we change the schedule up and go to new places, you bring energy and excitement that our series deserves to have. I think we saw that today.
We would have meetings what we were going to take off on the official schedule. We had at one point three different schedules. One of them was one that no one else saw except three or four of us, it was a secret... and they would decide what to nix from the public calendar.
We are surprised, because all previous signs from the regulator's side were such that the auction will go on schedule.
What hasn’t happen is what we’d hoped would happen, that we’d get to April 1 and say oh my god ... everybody we have we’re going to need them in the July schedule.
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- гра́фік, раскла́дBelarusian
- програ́ма, разписа́ниеBulgarian
- programa, horariCatalan, Valencian
- harmonogram, rozvrhCzech
- Programm, Termin, planen, ZeitplanGerman
- προγραμματίζω, πρόγραμμα, χρονοδιάγραμμαGreek
- itinerario, horario, programarSpanish
- aikataulu, aikatauluttaaFinnish
- emploi du temps, programmer, planning, prévoir, horaire, ordonnancer, ordonnancement, planifierFrench
- programma, orarioItalian
- לוח זמניםHebrew
- スケジュール, 日程, 予定Japanese
- agenda, agendar, cronogramaPortuguese
- програ́мма, планировать, гра́фик, расписа́ние, план, графикRussian
- schema, schemalägga, inplaneraSwedish
- program, tarifeTurkish
- гра́фік, ро́зкладUkrainian
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