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schedulenoun [C]

uk   /ˈʃed.juːl/  us   /ˈsked-/
B2 a list of planned activities or things to be done showing the times or dates when they are intended to happen or be done: a production schedule a hectic/tight (= very busy) schedule Everything went according to schedule (= as had been planned).B1 US (UK timetable) a list of the times when events are planned to happen, especially the times when buses, trains, and planes leave and arrive formal an official list of things: a schedule of business expensesahead of schedule B2 early: We expect the building work to be completed ahead of schedule.on schedule B2 not early or latefall behind schedule to do less work than you planned to do by a particular point in timeA2 US (UK timetable) a list of the times when classes in school happen: The first class on the schedule for Monday morning is history.
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scheduleverb [T often passive]

uk   /ˈʃed.juːl/  us   /ˈsked-/
B2 to arrange that an event or activity will happen at a particular time: The meeting has been scheduled for tomorrow afternoon. [+ to infinitive] The train is scheduled to arrive at 8.45, but it's running 20 minutes late.
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scheduled
adjective uk   us   /-juːld/
B2 This program will be broadcast half an hour later than the scheduled time.
(Definition of schedule from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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