schedule noun

ADJ. daily, weekly, etc. | ambitious, busy, demanding, gruelling, heavy, hectic, punishing, tight | rigid, strict | business, production, training, work, etc. | flight, television, etc. disruptions to flight schedules caused by the strike

VERB + SCHEDULE have, work to She has an very demanding schedule. | arrange, design, draw up, plan, prepare | amend | be/go according to, keep to, meet, run to, stick to At this stage everything is going according to schedule. We had to work a lot of overtime to meet the strict production schedule. | be/run ahead of | be/fall/run/slip behind | interrupt, take time out of The president took time out of his busy schedule to visit our school.

PREP. in the ~ Allow time in the schedule for holidays and illness. | on ~ The project is right on schedule.

schedule verb

ADV. currently | originally The meeting was originally scheduled for March 12th. | provisionally, tentatively

PREP. for The film is scheduled for release next month.

PHRASES be scheduled to begin/start/take place The Grand Prix is scheduled to take place on July 4th.

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