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Definition of “programme” - Learner’s Dictionary

programme

noun [C] UK ( US program)     /ˈprəʊɡræm/
TELEVISION/RADIO
A2 a show on television or radio: a TV programme Did you see that programme about spiders last night?TelevisionRadioProgrammes and other broadcasts
PLAN
B2 a plan of events or activities with a particular purpose: a health education programmeSchedules and agendasLists and cataloguesPlans and arrangements
THIN BOOK
a thin book that you buy at a theatre, sports event, etc which tells you who or what you are going to seeKinds of books
(Definition of programme noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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