English → English - calendar

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n. chart showing the months of a year (including days and weeks); schedule, timetable
v. write down in a calendar, register
v. schedule, make a schedule, create a timetable; program, plan

English → Spanish - calendar

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s. calendario, almanaque; agenda, cronograma, itinerario
v. poner en agenda, calendarizar, fijar la hora para, poner en calendario, poner fecha a

Spanish → English - calendar

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[calendar] v. schedule, make a schedule, create a timetable; program, plan

English → French - calendar

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n. calendrier; annuaire; agenda, planning; ordre du jour
v. inscrire au calendrier, enregister, noter sur l'agenda

English → German - calendar

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n. Kalender; Zeitplan
v. kalandern, eine Liste machen

English → Indonesian - calendar

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n. penanggalan, takwim, kalender, acara, daftar acara
v. mendaftarkan

English → Italian - calendar

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s. calendario; almanacco; annuario, lista, registro
v. segnare sul calendario; classificare, schedare, registrare

English → Polish - calendar

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n. kalendarz, wokanda
v. lista: wciągać na listę, porządkować
a. kalendarzowy

English → Portuguese - calendar

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s. calendário
v. anotar, apontar, preparar lista

English → Romanian - calendar

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n. calendar, catalog, almanah, listă, tabel
a. calendaristic

English → Russian - calendar

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с. календарь; повестка дня; летоисчисление, времяисчисление; альманах; указатель; опись, реестр, список; список дел к слушанию; святцы
г. заносить в список, вносить в список, инвентаризировать, регистрировать, составлять индекс

English → Turkish - calendar

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f. kaydetmek, düzenlemek (belge)
i. takvim, yıllık, liste, sicil; almanak, kütük; mahkeme günü

English → Ukrainian - calendar

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n. календар, літочислення, літочислення нової ери, табель-календар, альманах, довідник, періодичний покажчик, опис, реєстр, перелік, індекс, порядок денний, розклад, список законопроектів
v. інвентаризувати, реєструвати, складати індекс, складати порядок денний
a. календарний

Romanian → English - calendar

n. calendar, almanac

English → Dutch - calendar

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zn. kalender; agenda
ww. optekenen, noteren, een lijst maken

English → Greek - calendar

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ουσ. ημερολόγιο, καζαμίας

English → Arabic - calendar

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‏تقويم، مفكرة، دليل التلفون، قائمة‏

English → Chinese - calendar

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(名) 日历; 历法; 历书; 行事历, 记事录
(动) 列入表中

English → Chinese - calendar

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(名) 日曆; 曆法; 曆書; 行事曆, 記事錄
(動) 列入表中

English → Hindi - calendar

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n. कैलेंडर, पंचांग
v. सूची में शामिल करना, फ़िहरिस्त में शामिल करना
a. कैलेंडर का

English → Japanese - calendar

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(名) カレンダー(日と曜日を含む); 年中行事表, 日程表
(動) 暦に記入する; 日程表をつける

English → Korean - calendar

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명. 달력, 일년의 달을 나타내는 표 ( 날과 주를 포함한); 계획표, 시간표
동. 달력에 기입하다, 일정표에 기입하다

English → Vietnamese - calendar

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n. lịch, quyển lịch, sổ hàng năm, niên giám, chương trình của quốc hội, danh sách tù nhân
v. ghi, biên vào sổ, sắp thứ tự văn kiện

Definition of calendar

Pronunciation
Noun
1. Any system by which time is divided into days, weeks, months, and years.
2. A means to determine the date consisting of a document containing dates and other temporal information.
Write his birthday on the calendar hanging on the wall.
3. A list of planned events.
The club has a busy calendar this year.
4. An orderly list or enumeration of persons, things, or events; a schedule.
A calendar of bills presented in a legislative assemblly;  a calendar of causes arranged for trial in court
Verb
5. To set a date for a proceeding in court, usually done by a judge at a calendar call.
The judge agreed to calendar a hearing for pretrial motions for the week of May 15, but did not agree to calendar the trial itself on a specific date.
6. To enter or write in a calendar; to register.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: calendaring
Present: calendar (3.person: calendars)
Past: calendared
Future: will calendar
Present conditional: would calendar
Present Perfect: have calendared (3.person: has calendared)
Past Perfect: had calendared
Future Perfect: will have calendared
Past conditional: would have calendared
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