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programme

1 noun
     
pro‧gramme1 S1 W1 British English ; program American English [countable]
1

plan

PPP a series of actions which are designed to achieve something important:
the US space program
programme to do something
a United Nations programme to control the spread of AIDS
programme of
a programme of economic reforms
2

television/radio

AMT something that you watch on television or listen to on the radio:
What's your favourite television programme?
news and current affairs programmes
programme about/on
There's a programme about killer whales next.
3

education

American English a course of study:
Stanford University's MBA program
a research program
4

improvements

actions that have been planned to keep something in good condition or improve something:
a new fitness programme
5

play/concert

AP a small book or piece of paper that gives information about a play, concert etc and who the performers are:
a theatre programme
6

list of events

AP a series of planned activities or events, or a list showing what order they will come in
programme for
What's the programme for tomorrow?
programme of
a programme of exhibitions throughout the year
7

machine

TEE a series of actions done in a particular order by a machine such as a washing machine:
The light goes off when it finishes the programme.
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