US program

/ (ˈprəʊɡræm) /

  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

  1. a specially arranged selection of things to be done: what's the programme for this afternoon?

  2. a plan, schedule, or procedure

  3. a syllabus or curriculum

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

noun, verb
  1. computing a variant spelling of program

Origin of programme

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

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