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programme in Electrical topic

programmeprogramme2 British English, program American English verb [transitive] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 TEEto set a machine to operate in a particular wayprogramme something to do something πŸ”Š The computers are programmed to search for key words and numbers. β†’ program22 β†’ be programmed3 PLANto arrange for something to happen as part of a series of planned events or activities πŸ”Š What’s programmed for this afternoon?β†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
programmeβ€’ Maternal nutrition may have an important influence on programming.β€’ It would also run on the Java programming language.β€’ In terms of programming, sports immediately comes to mind.β€’ After wiring up the Xmas tree lights and programming the computer, even managed the washing up!β€’ The first programming to utilize race music was aimed at attracting black listeners to a particular product.