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programme

noun UK ( US program)   /ˈprəʊ·ɡræm/
A2 a show on television or radio programa a TV programme
a thin book that you buy at a concert, sports event, etc. programa
a plan of events or activities with a particular purpose programa The school offers an exciting programme of social events.
(Definition of programme from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

programme

noun /ˈprəuɡrӕm/ /ˈprouɡræm/
(a booklet or paper giving the details of) the planned events in an entertainment etc programa According to the programme, the show begins at 8.00.
a plan or scheme programa a programme of reforms.
(British and American usually program) a set of data, instructions etc put into a computer programa a software program.
program verb ( present participle programming, past tense, past participle programmed)
to give information, instructions etc to (a machine, especially a computer, so that it can do a particular job) programar The machine is programmed to switch itself off if it is left unused for a certain amount of time.
programmer noun
a person who prepares a program for a computer. programador
(Definition of programme from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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