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noun [countable] schedule pronunciation in British English /ˈʃedjuːl/
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singularschedule
pluralschedules
  1. a plan of activities or events and when they will happen
    What’s on your schedule today?
    a busy/full schedule: Our MP has a very busy schedule.
    a tight schedule (=many things to do in a short time): We’re shooting the film on a very tight schedule.
    ahead of/on/behind schedule (=before/at/after the time that was planned): a project completed ahead of schedule

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