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timetable

US [ˈtaɪmˌteɪb(ə)l]
UK ['taɪm.teɪb(ə)l]
  • n.时间表;时刻表;预定计划;时间安排
  • v.为…安排时间
  • Web课程表;课表;行车时刻表
Plural Form:timetables  Present Participle:timetabling  Past Tense:timetabled  
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n.
1.
时间表;时刻表a list showing the times at which particular events will happen
a bus/train timetable(= when they arrive and leave)
公共汽车╱火车时刻表
We have a new timetable each term(= showing the times of each class in school) .
我们每个学期都有新的课程表。
Sport is no longer so important in the school timetable(= all the subjects that are taught at schools) .
体育课在学校的课程表上已不再是重点课。
2.
预定计划;时间安排a plan of when you expect or hope particular events to happen
I have a busy timetable this week(= I have planned to do many things) .
这个星期我的时间安排得很紧。
The government has set out its timetable for the peace talks.
政府已制订出和平谈判的时间表。
v.
1.
[usupass]
~ sth (for sth)
为…安排时间to arrange for sth to take place at a particular time
A series of discussion groups have been timetabled for the afternoons.
一系列小组讨论已安排在几个下午进行。

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