schedule [{{}}British{{}} {{t}}'ʃedju:l, {{}}American{{}} {{t}}'skedʒʊl]
1 noun
(a) (programme) programme m; (calendar) programme m, calendrier m; (timetable) programme m, emploi m du temps; (plan) prévisions fpl, plan m;
I have a busy schedule (for visit) j'ai un programme chargé; (in general) j'ai un emploi du temps chargé; (over period) j'ai un calendrier chargé;
everything went according to schedule tout s'est déroulé comme prévu;
I work to a very tight schedule mon emploi du temps est très chargé;
the work was carried out according to schedule le travail a été effectué selon les prévisions;
we are on schedule or up to schedule nous sommes dans les temps;
our work is ahead of/behind schedule nous sommes en avance/en retard dans notre travail;
the bridge was opened on/ahead of schedule le pont a été ouvert à la date prévue/en avance sur la date prévue;
the doors opened on schedule les portes se sont ouvertes à l'heure prévue;
a schedule was agreed for the work on s'est mis d'accord sur un programme de travail ou un planning pour le travail;
to fall behind schedule prendre du retard sur les prévisions de travail
(b) (timetable → for transport) horaire m;
the train is on/is running behind schedule le train est à l'heure/a du retard
(c) (list → of prices) barème m; (→ of contents) inventaire m; (→ of items) nomenclature f; (→ of payments) échéancier m
(d) {{}}Law{{}} (to law, articles of association etc) annexe f, avenant m
2 transitive verb
(a) (plan → event) prévoir, programmer; (→ appointment) fixer;
the meeting was scheduled for three o'clock/Wednesday la réunion était prévue pour trois heures/mercredi;
the plane was scheduled to touch down at 18.45 il était prévu que l'avion arrive ou l'arrivée de l'avion était prévue à 18 heures 45;
the building is scheduled for demolition il est prévu que le bâtiment soit démoli;
she wasn't scheduled to arrive until Sunday elle ne devait pas arriver ou il n'était pas prévu qu'elle arrive avant dimanche;
which day is the film scheduled for? quel jour a été retenu pour le film?;
it's scheduled for Saturday il est programmé pour samedi;
you aren't scheduled to sing until later d'après le programme, vous devez chanter plus tard (dans la soirée)
(b) (period, work, series) organiser;
to schedule one's time aménager ou organiser son temps;
to schedule a morning établir l'emploi du temps d'une matinée;
our whole week is scheduled notre programme ou emploi du temps pour cette semaine est déjà établi;
that lunch hour is already scheduled ce déjeuner est déjà réservé;
to schedule one's reading se faire un plan de lecture
(c) (topic, item) inscrire;
it's scheduled as a topic for the next meeting c'est inscrit à l'ordre du jour de la prochaine réunion
(d) {{}}British{{}} {{}}Administration{{}} (monument) classer
(e) {{}}Law{{}} (add as appendix) ajouter en annexe

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