Noun(1) a schedule listing events and the times at which they will take place(2) a schedule of times of arrivals and departures
(1) The programme is an integral part of the festival, which is taking place this year from June 25 to July 3, helping to provide a timetable of the events.(2) the acceleration of the timetable for monetary union(3) As well as laying out the timetable of events, sales of programmes also raise funds for the festival committee.(4) Full-time workers are concerned that their child will love their carer more than them so try to fill the family timetable with worthy events.(5) Arriva cut about ten per cent of its services for the winter timetable , replacing the trains with buses because of a severe driver shortage.(6) the timetable for a military coup(7) The householders affected have every right to know these plans, and the timetable for their implementation.(8) Or, if an invasion is still planned but the timetable has been moved back, I still see no reason for pessimism.(9) A timetable of events in the US yesterday runs through the first 10 pages, followed by reports of international reaction to the disaster.(10) Ann is currently drawing up an exciting timetable of fundraising events over the next few months in Mountmellick and around the county and is confident she will raise the required amount.(11) Keeping to the constitutional timetable is central to plans to start bringing American troops home next year.(12) A timetable of events and other information will be made available at the registration.(13) I don't know what the timetable for the big event is yet though.(14) The problem I have is that our continued presence without any real plan for a timetable there is fueling the insurgency.(15) ‘Events will drive the timetable ,’ one administration official said.(16) He has chosen to create a sense of great purpose by setting a tight timetable for a new plan of action by July, taking personal charge in a way he has never done before with domestic policy.
1. schedule ::
2. program ::
3. agenda ::
4. calendar ::
5. list ::
6. itinerary ::
7. timeline ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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But based on NASA's latest TIMETABLE,
they won't get there for 35 years.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 8
All right, look.
Our TIMETABLE has advanced.
Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 8
Hm. Any rough TIMETABLE
on this thing, as to when
she's coming home?
Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 6
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