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Noun
Programs that are broadcast through media
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Plural for a planned series of future events or performances
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“Planning the programme for this event is a big undertaking and the dedicated workers are each endeavouring to make it a real success.”
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Plural for a sheet or booklet giving details of items or performers at an event or performance
“The arrangements of two Asian cultural events planned for Sunday were changed after the festival programme was printed.”
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Plural for a set of related measures or activities with a particular long-term aim
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“The specific reform measures of the programme can be grouped under three broad headings.”
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Plural for a set of subjects or topics to be studied as part of a course
“The following is the required programme of study to obtain full Ordination from The Order.”
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Plural for a presentation or item on television or radio, especially one broadcast regularly between stated times
“It is planned to screen the programme in early spring, possibly as a two-parter.”
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Plural for a software application
“I am looking for a programme that will help me remove the background noise in my videos.”
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Plural for a set of instructions for a device
“Which programme are you using for your digital camera?”
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Plural for a schematic or diagram that shows how something works or is built
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Plural for a plan or suggestion, especially a formal or written one, put forward for consideration by others
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Plural for a product and or service made to address a specific need
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Plural for clipping of soap opera
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(computing) Plural for an executable task or program
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Plural for a story or event recorded by a camera as a set of moving images
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Plural for a public declaration of principles, policies, or intentions, especially that of a political party
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Plural for the combined use of sound, video, and text to present an idea
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Plural for a series of lectures or lessons in a particular subject, leading to an examination or qualification
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Plural for each of the separate instalments into which a serialized story or radio or television programme is divided
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Plural for a short official statement or broadcast summary of news
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Plural for a particular version of a text maintained by regular revision
Verb
To arrange according to a plan or schedule
“Harry will programme the activities for next week's event.”
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To schedule an event at a specific time or date
“The resorts programme the event at least once a week during the school holidays.”
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To input instructions or settings into a computer or other machine
“Some hotels programme their canned music in 24-hour cycles.”
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To develop software by writing code
“I will programme a nice little demo of our concept for our investors.”
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To affect one's mind, usually through the use of a questionable mind-affecting process
“The cult would programme me into believing in the existence of a divine being from outer space.”
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To sow or place in one's consciousness
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(of an event or activity) To make arrangements or preparations for
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To determine or decide in advance
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To equip something with machinery
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