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  1. time·ta·ble
    IPA[ˈtīmˌtābəl]
  2. noun

    • 1. a chart showing the departure and arrival times of trains, buses, or planes:

      these itineraries are subject to bus timetables
    • 2. a plan of times at which events are scheduled to take place, especially toward a particular end:

      the timetable for a military coup
      Synonym : schedule, program, agenda, calendar, diary, appointment book/diary, engagement diary, social life, list, rota, roster, itinerary

    verb

    • 1. schedule (something) to take place at a particular time:

      German lessons were timetabled on Wednesday and Friday
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: timetable, plural noun: timetables

    • v.: verb: timetable, 3rd person present: timetables, gerund or present participle: timetabling, past tense: timetabled, past participle: timetabled

    • noun

      a chart showing the departure and arrival times of trains, buses, or aircraft:

      a plan of times at which events are scheduled to take place, especially towards a particular end:

    • verb

      schedule (something) to take place at a particular time:
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