timetable

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noun time·ta·ble \ˈtīm-ˌtā-bəl\

Definition of timetable

  1. 1 :  a table of departure and arrival times of trains, buses, or airplanes

  2. 2a :  a schedule showing a planned order or sequenceb :  program 3

time–table

transitive verb

Examples of timetable in a Sentence

  1. checked the timetable of events to see if I'd be able to get something to eat beforehand

Recent Examples of timetable from the Web

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1838

First Known Use of timetable

1838


TIMETABLE Defined for English Language Learners

timetable

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Definition of timetable for English Language Learners

  • : a plan of things that need to be done and the times they will be done

  • : a list of the times when something (such as a bus, train, or airplane) is expected to leave or arrive

  • : a written or printed list of activities and the times when they will be done


TIMETABLE Defined for Kids

timetable

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noun time·ta·ble \ˈtīm-ˌtā-bəl\

Definition of timetable for Students

  1. :  a table telling when something (as a bus or train) is scheduled to leave or arrive



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