programmenoun [ C ]UK US program uk /ˈprəʊ.ɡræm/ us /ˈproʊ.ɡræm/
programme noun [ C ] (BROADCAST)
- I heard a really interesting programme on the radio this morning.
- This programme's boring - shall I turn over to BBC?
- A new series of wildlife programmes has started on Monday evenings.
- Most children's television programmes aim to educate and entertain at the same time.
- Our special guest on the programme tonight is Robert de Niro.
programme noun [ C ] (BOOK)
programme noun [ C ] (PLAN)
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programmeverb [ T + obj + to infinitive ]UK US program -mm- uk /ˈprəʊ.ɡræm/ us /ˈproʊ.ɡræm/
I've programmed the heating to come on at 6.00.