English - Vietnamese Dictionary
schedule /'ʃedju:/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) bản danh mục, bảng liệt kê; bản phụ lục
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) bảng giờ giấc, biểu thời gian
- schedule time: thì giờ đã định trong bảng giờ giấc
- on schedule: đúng ngày giờ đã định
- thời hạn
- three days ahead of schedule: trước thời hạn ba ngày
- to be hebind schedule: chậm so với thời hạn, không đúng thời hạn
- ngoại động từ
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) kèm danh mục (vào một tư liệu...); thêm phụ lục (vào một tài liệu...)
- ghi thành bảng giờ giấc, dự định vào bảng giờ giấc
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (thông tục) dự định làm (cái gì) vào ngày giờ đã định
schedules|scheduled|scheduling'skedʒʊl /'ʃedjuːlThesaurus Dictionary
+a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to
+an ordered list of times at which things are planned to occur
+plan for an activity or event
+make a schedule; plan the time and place for events
Advanced English Dictionary
1 programme, timetable, plan, calendar, agenda, outline, list, listing, record, register:
I'd like a complete schedule of your work for the next month on my desk tomorrow.
2 programme, organize, plan, outline, list, record, register, arrange, book, time, slate, appoint, assign, allot, dedicate, earmark:
Schedule the next meeting for the 15th of the month. Alistair is scheduled to speak tomorrow.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [C, U] a plan that lists all the work that you have to do and when you must do each thing: I have a hectic schedule for the next few days. + We're working to a tight schedule (= we have a lot of things to do in a short time). + Filming began on schedule (= at the planned time). + The new bridge has been finished two years ahead of schedule. + The tunnel project has already fallen behind schedule. + We are trying desperately to keep to our schedule.
2 [C] (AmE) = TIMETABLE: a train schedule
3 [C] a list of the television and radio programmes that are on a particular channel and the times that they start: The channel's schedules are filled with old films and repeats. + Channel 4 has published its spring schedules.
4 [C] a written list of things, for example prices, rates or conditions: tax schedules - AGENDA
1 ~ sth (for sth) [usually passive] to arrange for sth to happen at a particular time: [VN] The meeting is scheduled for Friday afternoon. + One of the scheduled events is a talk on alternative medicine. + We'll be stopping here for longer than scheduled. + [VN to inf] I'm scheduled to arrive in LA at 5 o'clock.
2 [VN] ~ sth (as sth) (formal) to include sth in an official list of things: The substance has been scheduled as a poison.
scheduler noun: The President's schedulers allowed 90 minutes for TV interviews.
daily, weekly, etc. | ambitious, busy, demanding, gruelling, heavy, hectic, punishing, tight | rigid, strict | business, production, training, work, etc. | flight, television, etc.
disruptions to flight schedules caused by the strike
VERB + SCHEDULE
have, work to
She has an very demanding schedule.
| arrange, design, draw up, plan, prepare | amend | be/go according to, keep to, meet, run to, stick to
At this stage everything is going according to schedule. We had to work a lot of overtime to meet the strict production schedule.
| be/run ahead of | be/fall/run/slip behind | interrupt, take time out of
The president took time out of his busy schedule to visit our school.
in the ~
Allow time in the schedule for holidays and illness.
| on ~
The project is right on schedule. verb
currently | originally
The meeting was originally scheduled for March 12th.
| provisionally, tentatively
The film is scheduled for release next month.
be scheduled to begin/start/take place
The Grand Prix is scheduled to take place on July 4th.
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