Definitions and translations for "program"

Definition of program

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Noun
1. A set of structured activities.
Our program for today’s exercise class includes swimming and jogging.
2. A leaflet listing information about a play, game or other activity.
The program consisted of ads for restaurants and the credits of everyone connected with the play.
3. A performance of a show or other broadcast on radio or television.
Tonight’s program was hosted by Johnny Carson.
4. A software application, or a collection of software applications, designed to perform a specific task.
The program runs on both Linux and Microsoft Windows.
5. A particular mindset or method of doing things.
Verb
6. To enter a program or other instructions into (a computer or other electronic device) to instruct it to do a particular task.
7. To develop (software) by writing program code.
I programmed a small game as a demonstration.
8. To put together the schedule of an event.
9. To cause to automatically behave in a particular way.
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English - English - program

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[program (Amer.) ] n. plan, project,schedule, agenda, written order of events; public presentation; show that is broadcast on television or radio; planned group of activities; prospectus, syllabus; computer program (also programme)
v. schedule, plan; write a system of operating instructions for a computer (Computers); supply a computer or other machine with a set of pre-written instructions (also programme)
n. programme, program, menu

English - Spanish - program

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[program (Amer.) ] s. programa, itinerario, prospecto, temario; programa de cómputo, aplicación
v. programar, sistematizar

English - French - program

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[program (Amer.) ] n. programme
v. programmer, planifier, organiser, régler; écrire un système de données pour un ordinateur (Informatique); équiper un ordinateur ou autre engin d'un système pré-écrit

English - German - program

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Amer.) ] n. Programm
v. planen; programmieren (Compurter); einen Computer oder eine ander Maschine mit vorgegebenen Instruktionen bestücken

English - Indonesian - program

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n. program, acara, buku acara, kode, rencana, rancangan, bagan
v. menyusun rencana, menyusun acara, membuking, membubuhi kode pd mesin hitung

English - Italian - program

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[program (Amer.) ] s. programma, piano, progetto; cartellone; programma radiofonico o televisivo; prospetto; programma per computer
v. programmare, pianificare; (inform.) elaborare un programma o un sistema di istruzioni operative per un computer

English - Polish - program

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n. program, przedstawienie, audycja, transmisja
v. programować, zaprogramować

English - Portuguese - program

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[program (Amer.) ] s. programa
v. programar, planejar; desenvolver um sistema de instruções operacionais para um computador (informática); fornecer um computador ou outra máquina com um grupo de instruções pré-escritas (no inglês britânico escreve-se programme)

English - Romanian - program

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n. program, afiş, plan
v. programa
a. programatic

English - Russian - program

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[program (Amer.) ] с. программа, представление, спектакль, план
г. составлять программу, программировать

English - Turkish - program

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f. programlamak, planlamak
[program (Amer.) ] i. program, yapım, gösteri, plan, yazılım

English - Ukrainian - program

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n. програма, вистава, план, афіша, платформа
v. складати програму, програмувати, планувати
a. програмний

Indonesian - English - program

n. programme, program, bill

Polish - English - program

n. programme, program, curriculum, agenda, plan

Romanian - English - program

n. program, programme, schedule, run

Turkish - English - program

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[program (Amer.) ] n. plan, project,schedule, agenda, written order of events; public presentation; show that is broadcast on television or radio; planned group of activities; prospectus, syllabus; computer program (also programme)
v. schedule, plan; write a system of operating instructions for a computer (Computers); supply a computer or other machine with a set of pre-written instructions (also programme)
n. programme, program, menu

Dutch - English - program

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n. programme, program, menu

English - Dutch - program

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zn. program, programma, programmaboekje, agenda
ww. programmeren

English - Greek - program

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[program (Amer.) ] ουσ. πρόγραμμα
ρήμ. προγραμματίζω

Turkish - Turkish - program

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izlence.

Turkish - French - program

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programme [le], planning [le]

Turkish - German - program

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n. Programm

Turkish - Russian - program

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n. программа (F), план (M), расписание (N)

English - Arabic - program

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‏برنامج، برنامج تلفزيوني، منهاج، بيان، نشرة‏
‏برمج، خطط، وضع برنامج، لقم الحاسبة‏

English - Chinese - program

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[program (Amer.) ] (名) 节目, 计划, 程序
(动) 规划, 安排...入节目, 拟...计划

English - Chinese - program

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[program (Amer.) ] (名) 節目, 計劃, 程式
(動) 規劃, 安排...入節目, 擬...計劃

English - Hindi - program

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n. कार्यक्रम, योजना, पाठ्‌यक्रम, प्रोग्राम, सभा, मंसूबा, कल्पना, टेलिविजन का प्रोग्रम
v. कार्यक्रम निर्धारित करना, मंसूबा बनाना, योजना बनाना
a. कार्यक्रम-संबंधी, योजना का

English - Japanese - program

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[program (Amer.) ] (動) プログラムを作る, スケジュールを組む; コンピュータの操作システムの指示書を書く(コンピュータ); コンピュータまたは機械を指示書とともに供給する(programme とも綴る)
(名) テレビやラジオの番組; 活動のプログラム; 案内書, 要綱; コンピュータプログラム(programme とも綴る)

English - Korean - program

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[program (Amer.) ] 명. 계획, 일정표; 방송 또는 방영 되는 것; 계획표; 컴퓨터 프로그램
동. 계획을 짜다; 컴퓨터 프로그램을 만들다, 컴퓨터 운영 체계를 만들다 ( 컴퓨터); 컴퓨터나 다른 기계장치에 프로그램을 제공하다

English - Vietnamese - program

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n. chương trình, kế hoạch, một phương thức
v. làm một chương trình
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Synonyms for program
1. schedule: book, slate, poll, draft
2. schedule: agenda, bulletin, calendar, card, timetable
Verb forms for program
Present participle: programming
Present: program (3.person: programs)
Past: programmed
Future: will program
Present conditional: would program
Present Perfect: have programmed (3.person: has programmed)
Past Perfect: had programmed
Future Perfect: will have programmed
Past conditional: would have programmed