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programme , program /ˈprəʊɡræm $ ˈproʊ-/ noun [countable]


(program) برنامه ، نقشه ، روش کار ، پروگرام ، دستور کار ، برنامه تهیه کردن ، برنامه دار کردن ، بازرگانی: برنامه
programme
[noun]
Synonyms:
- schedule, agenda, curriculum, line-up, list, listing, order of events, plan, syllabus, timetable
- show, broadcast, performance, presentation, production
English Thesaurus: list, checklist, short list/shortlist, register, programme, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. programme1 S1 W1 British English, program American English /ˈprəʊɡræm $ ˈproʊ-/ noun [countable]

1. PLAN a series of actions which are designed to achieve something important:
the US space program
programme to do something
a United Nations programme to control the spread of AIDS
programme of
a programme of economic reforms

2. TELEVISION/RADIO something that you watch on television or listen to on the radio:
What’s your favourite television programme?
news and current affairs programmes
programme about/on
There’s a programme about killer whales next.
see/watch a programme

3. EDUCATION American English a course of study:
Stanford University’s MBA program
a research program

4. IMPROVEMENTS actions that have been planned to keep something in good condition or improve something:
a new fitness programme

5. PLAY/CONCERT a small book or piece of paper that gives information about a play, concert etc and who the performers are:
a theatre programme

6. LIST OF EVENTS a series of planned activities or events, or a list showing what order they will come in
programme for
What’s the programme for tomorrow?
programme of
a programme of exhibitions throughout the year

7. MACHINE a series of actions done in a particular order by a machine such as a washing machine:
The light goes off when it finishes the programme.

8. get with the program spoken informal especially American English used to tell someone to pay attention to what needs to be done, and to do it
program1

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. programme2 British English, program American English verb [transitive]

1. to set a machine to operate in a particular way
programme something to do something
I’ve programmed the video to come on at ten.program2

2. be programmed if a person or an animal is programmed socially or biologically to do something, they do it without thinking
be programmed to do something
All birds of this species are programmed to build their nests in the same way.

3. to arrange for something to happen as part of a series of planned events or activities:
What’s programmed for this afternoon?

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

programme
noun
I. plan of things to do
ADJ. ambitious | comprehensive, major, massive, radical, wide-ranging a comprehensive programme of economic reform
modest | long-term | regular | varied a varied programme of entertainment
pilot The pilot programme of vaccination proved successful.
party, political | government | collaborative, joint joint programmes between government and industry
action, development, improvement, modernization, privatization, research | economic, expenditure, investment, recovery Mr Brown called for a national recovery programme.
austerity, closure, cost-cutting | aid, assistance, relief, welfare | assessment, testing | degree, education, educational, literacy, training students enrolled on the two-year MA degree programme
care, health a community care programme for psychiatric patients
exercise, weight-loss | breeding, building, conservation, defence Female seals are needed for the breeding programme.
VERB + PROGRAMME agree (on), develop, draw up, establish, organize, plan, set up | outline The course leader outlined the programme we would be following.
carry out, implement, launch, run | expand | offer The college offers a wide variety of programmes of study.
finance, fund How is the programme to be financed?
embark on, undertake | enrol on | follow | complete | disrupt Renewed fighting disrupted the relief programme.
PROGRAMME + VERB aim to, be aimed at sb/sth, be designed to The programme aims to increase employment.
include sth, involve sb/sth | offer sth, provide sth
PREP. in a/the ~, on the/your ~ What's on your programme today (= What are your plans)?
~ for What's the programme for (= What are we going to do) tomorrow?
~ of a programme of study
PHRASES the aim/objective/purpose of a programme

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

programme
II. radio/televsion show
ADJ. radio, television/TV | current affairs, documentary, factual, news | comedy | educational | children's | cookery, wildlife, religious, etc. | phone-in
VERB + PROGRAMME see, watch | listen to | record | do, make | host, present a phone-in programme hosted by Freddie Greenan
broadcast, screen, show
PREP. in a/the ~ In today's programme, we'll be giving you advice on how to manage your money.
on a/the ~ He appeared on the programme last night.
~ about/on I saw a good programme on owls last night.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

programme
III. booklet for a play/concert/event
ADJ. concert, theatre | match, race
PREP. in the ~ Her name doesn't appear in the concert programme.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

programme
IV. order of events
ADJ. exciting, interesting | musical, sporting
VERB + PROGRAMME arrange, draw up, plan, organize planning an exciting programme of activities
PROGRAMME + VERB include sth
PREP. ~ of a programme of 17th century music

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

programme

an economic programme
The party did not have a clear economic programme.
a development programme
This project is a central part of the development programme for the area.
a reform programme
After the elections, they embarked on an ambitious reform programme.
an expansion programme
The company’s aggressive expansion program will double the size of the chain in the next four years.
a building programme
We will continue with our hospital building programme.
a spending programme
The government’s spending programme is the subject of vigorous debate.
the space programme (=for sending vehicles into space)
He was involved in the Soviet space programme.
a major/massive programme
A major programme of modernisation is transforming public transport in London.
an ambitious programme
The European Community embarked on an ambitious programme of research.
embark on/launch a programme (=start it)
The company has embarked on an expansion programme.
carry out a programme (also implement a programme formal)
They attempted to implement a programme of reform.
a television programme (also a TV programme informal)
There aren't many good TV programmes on an the moment.
a radio programme
I was once interviewed for a radio programme.
a cookery/wildlife/news etc programme
More and more people are watching cookery programmes on TV.
watch a programme
She was watching a wildlife programme.
see a programme
Did you see that programme last night about crocodiles?
listen to a programme
A lot of people listen to that programme on the way to work.
hear a programme
I heard an interesting programme on the radio yesterday.
present a programme British English, host a program American English (=introduce its different parts)
At the time she was also presenting several television programmes.
appear on a programme
I was invited to appear on a TV programme.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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