sked

noun
\ˈsked \

Definition of sked 

(Entry 1 of 2)

informal

: schedule But the bad omens kept coming—early and often. Four games into the sked, coach Paul Westphal offered to quit after over-hearing co-captains Payton and Baker openly argue about his performance after a loss to Orlando.— John Gustafson Though he's no longer doing the film (sked conflicts), he's still tight with the trainers.Entertainment Weekly

sked

verb
skedded; skedding

Definition of sked (Entry 2 of 2)

transitive verb

informal

: schedule "Tiebreaker," the much better play, is skedded for a seven-week run, after which it may or may not have an afterlife.— Bill Edwards

First Known Use of sked

Noun

1929, in the meaning defined above

Verb

1942, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for sked

Noun

by shortening & alteration

Verb

by shortening & alteration

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