scheduled [{{}}British{{}} {{t}}'ʃedju:ld, {{}}American{{}} {{t}}'skedʒʊld]
(a) (planned) prévu;
at the scheduled time à l'heure prévue;
he didn't make his scheduled speech il n'a pas prononcé le discours qu'il avait prévu;
{{}}Television{{}} we announce a change to our scheduled programmes nous annonçons une modification de nos programmes
(b) (regular → flight) régulier; (→ stop, change) habituel
(c) (official → prices) tarifé
(d) {{}}British{{}} {{}}Administration{{}}
the scheduled territories la zone sterling
►► {{}}British{{}} {{}}Administration{{}} scheduled building bâtiment m classé monument historique;
scheduled castes = castes en Inde qui ont droit à certains privilèges;
schedule of charges tarifs mpl

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