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Noun: programme  'prow,gram
Usage: Brit, Cdn (US: program)
  1. An announcement of the events that will occur as part of a theatrical or sporting event
    "you can't tell the players without a programme";
    - program [N. Amer]
  2. An integrated course of academic studies
    "he was admitted to a new programme at the university";
    - course of study, program [N. Amer], curriculum, syllabus
  3. A radio or television show
    "did you see his programme last night?";
    - broadcast, program [N. Amer]
  4. (computing) a sequence of instructions that a computer can interpret and execute
    "the programme required several hundred lines of code";
    - program, computer program, computer programme [Brit]
  5. A system of projects or services intended to meet a public need
    "he proposed an elaborate programme of public works"; "working mothers rely on the day care programme";
    - program [N. Amer]
  6. A series of steps to be carried out or goals to be accomplished
    "they drew up a six-step programme";
    - plan, program [N. Amer]
  7. A performance (or series of performances) at a public presentation
    "the programme lasted more than two hours";
    - program [N. Amer]
Verb: programme  'prow,gram
Usage: Brit, Cdn (US: program)
  1. (computing) write a computer program
    - program
  2. Arrange a program of or for
    "programme the 80th birthday party";
    - program [N. Amer]

Sounds like: p

Derived forms: programmes, programmed

Type of: announcement, computer software, create by mental act, create mentally, gen [Brit, informal], idea, info [informal], information, package, performance, promulgation, schedule, show, software, software package, software program, software system, system, system of rules, thought

Encyclopedia: Programme