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schedule

noun   /ˈʃed·juːl/
US ( UK timetable) a list of the times and days of classes at a school, college, university, etc. horario de clases
US ( UK timetable) a list of times when buses, trains, etc. arrive and leave horario
a list of dates and times that shows when things will happen or a plan for them to happen programa, temporalización a project schedule Will the work be completed on schedule (= at the expected time)?
US ( UK timetable) a list of times when buses, trains, etc. arrive and leave horario
US ( UK timetable) a list of the times and days of classes at a school, college, university, etc. horario de clases
verb   /ˈʃed·juːl/ ( present participle scheduling, past tense and past participle scheduled)
to plan an event for a particular day or time programar I need to schedule a doctor’s appointment.
(Definition of schedule from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

schedule

noun /ˈʃedjuːl, (American) ˈsked-/
a statement of details, especially of timing of activities, or of things to be done programa a work schedule for next month.
(Definition of schedule from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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