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Definitions of programme

programme or (US) program (ˈprəʊɡræm )

Definitions

noun

  1. a written or printed list of the events, performers, etc, in a public performance
  2. a performance or series of performances, often presented at a scheduled time, esp on radio or television
  3. a specially arranged selection of things to be done   ⇒ what's the programme for this afternoon?
  4. a plan, schedule, or procedure
  5. a syllabus or curriculum

verb

-grammes -gramming -grammed, (US) -grams -graming -gramed
  1. to design or schedule (something) as a programme

noun, verb

  1. (computing) a variant spelling of program

Word Origin

C17: from Late Latin programma, from Greek: written public notice, from pro-2 + graphein to write

program or (sometimes) programme (ˈprəʊɡræm )

Definitions

noun

  1. a sequence of coded instructions fed into a computer, enabling it to perform specified logical and arithmetical operations on data

verb

-grams -gramming -grammed -grammes -gramming -grammed
  1. (transitive) to feed a program into (a computer)
  2. (transitive) to arrange (data) into a suitable form so that it can be processed by a computer
  3. (intransitive) to write a program

Translations for 'programme'

  • British English: programme A programme of actions or events is a series of actions or events that are planned to be done....a full programme of family activities.ˈprəʊɡræm NOUN
  • Arabic: بَرْنَامِج computer
  • Brazilian Portuguese: programa
  • Chinese: 计划
  • Croatian: program
  • Czech: programsled událostí
  • Danish: program
  • Dutch: programma
  • European Spanish: programa
  • Finnish: ohjelma
  • French: programmelogiciel
  • German: Programm
  • Greek: πρόγραμμα
  • Italian: programma
  • Japanese: プログラム
  • Korean: 프로그램
  • Norwegian: program
  • Polish: programrozkład
  • Portuguese: programa
  • Romanian: program programe
  • Russian: программа
  • Spanish: programa
  • Swedish: program
  • Thai: กำหนดการ
  • Turkish: program
  • Ukrainian: програма
  • Vietnamese: chương trình

Example Sentences Including 'programme'

Father Rogan would probably be interviewed about it by that nice David Hanley on the `Morning Ireland" radio programme.
O'Connor, Joe Desperadoes
Give himself a breathing space and trust to the witness protection programme.
Val McDermid THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
In the heavily curtained living-room a young woman sat watching a late-night television programme.
Forbes, Bryan A Song at Twilight

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