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sched·ule / ˈskejoōl; -jəl/ • n. 1. a plan for carrying out a process or procedure, giving lists of intended events and times: we have drawn up an engineering schedule. ∎  (usu. one's schedule) one's day-to-day plans or timetable: take a moment out of your busy schedule. ∎  a timetable: information on airline schedules. 2. chiefly Law an appendix to a formal document or statute, esp. as a list, table, or inventory. 3. (with reference to an income tax system) any of the forms (named “A,” “B,” etc.) issued for completion and relating to the various classes into which taxable income is divided. • v. [tr.] (often be scheduled) arrange or plan (an event) to take place at a particular time: the release of the single is scheduled for April. ∎  make arrangements for (someone or something) to do something: [tr.] he is scheduled to be released from prison this spring. ORIGIN: late Middle English (in the sense ‘scroll, explanatory note, appendix’): from Old French cedule, from late Latin schedula ‘slip of paper,’ diminutive of scheda, from Greek skhedē ‘papyrus leaf.’ The verb dates from the mid 19th cent.

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schedule †ticket, label XIV; †explanatory slip accompanying a document XV; appendix to an act of parliament; classified statement or list XVI. ME. cedule, sedule — (O)F. cédule — late L. scedula small slip of paper, dim. of sceda, also scheda leaf of papyrus; see -ULE.

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