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verb [transitive]     schedule pronunciation in British English
/ˈʃedjuːl/
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present tense
I/you/we/theyschedule
he/she/itschedules
present participlescheduling
past tensescheduled
past participlescheduled
  1. to plan for something to happen at a particular time

    Let’s schedule another meeting in July.

    schedule something for something:

    They have scheduled the factory for completion in 2004.

    be scheduled to do something:

    The exhibition is scheduled to run from January until March.

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