sched·ule

/ˈskejəl/
noun: schedule
plural noun: schedules

  1. a plan for carrying out a process or procedure, giving lists of intended events and times.
    • one’s day-to-day plans or timetable.
      noun: one’s schedule
      plural noun: one’s schedules
    • a timetable.
  2. Law
    an appendix to a formal document or statute, especially as a list, table, or inventory.
  3. (with reference to an income tax system) any of the forms (named “A,” “B,” etc.) issued for completion and relating to the various classes into which taxable income is divided.

verb: schedule
3rd person present: schedules
past tense: scheduled
past participle: scheduled
gerund or present participle: scheduling

arrange or plan (an event) to take place at a particular time.

  • make arrangements for (someone or something) to do something.

Origin
late Middle English (in the sense ‘scroll, explanatory note, appendix’): from Old French cedule, from late Latin schedula ‘slip of paper’, diminutive of scheda, from Greek skhedē ‘papyrus leaf’. The verb dates from the mid 19th century.

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