American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Chiefly British Variant of program.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See program.
- n. A planned sequence of events.
- n. A sheet or booklet that lists a schedule of events.
- n. A presentation that is broadcast on radio or television.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. That which is written or printed as a public notice or advertisement; a scheme; a prospectus; especially, a brief outline or explanation of the order to be pursued, or the subjects embraced, in any public exercise, performance, or entertainment; a preliminary sketch.
- v. write a computer program
- n. an announcement of the events that will occur as part of a theatrical or sporting event
- n. a performance (or series of performances) at a public presentation
- n. (computer science) a sequence of instructions that a computer can interpret and execute
- n. a radio or television show
- n. a system of projects or services intended to meet a public need
- n. an integrated course of academic studies
- v. arrange a program of or for
- n. a series of steps to be carried out or goals to be accomplished
- From Late Latin programma, from Ancient Greek meaning "a public written notice". (Wiktionary)
“By contrast, work at the programme is a highly disciplined team effort which produces a breakthrough in only a small fraction of the complex cases they investigate.”
“Completing the programme is a revival of Ashton's La Valse, his elegant demonic setting of Ravel's titular score, and Winter Dreams, Kenneth MacMillan's concentrated adaptation of Chekhov's Three Sisters.”
“Top Gear (if you think this programme is about cars, you are just so wrong)”
“His character on the programme is my favourite, with the exception - of course - of Chris Eccleston's 'Claude'.”
“Leave Boycott Bill alone, I think his programme is the best comedy on T.V., he is a very funny little man.”
“So we know our programme is also getting out there internationally.”
“This programme is the only treatment and prevention service for victims of child sexual abuse and their families in the York Region.”
“This programme is a way for the federal government to contribute in a refundable way to large and risky development projects while ensuring that the responsibility for investment rests with the private sector.”
“The cornerstone of our programme is a 30 per cent rebate to the people of Ontario in their personal income tax rates.”
“Laval has graduated its first class, and the programme is a very good one indeed.”
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