timetable2 British English
1 [transitive usually passive]
to plan that something will happen at a particular time in the future [= schedule]:
The carnival parade is timetabled for 12.00 on both days.
2 [intransitive and transitive]SE
to arrange the times at which classes will take place in a school or college [= schedule American English]
The course is timetabled for one period each week.
Art students have very few timetabled hours.
—timetabling noun [uncountable]