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schedule 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈskejo͞ol/,/-jəl/,
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schedules, plural;
  1. Arrange or plan (an event) to take place at a particular time
    • - the release of the single is scheduled for April
  2. Make arrangements for (someone or something) to do something
    • - he is scheduled to be released from prison this spring
Noun
  1. A plan for carrying out a process or procedure, giving lists of intended events and times
    • - we have drawn up an engineering schedule
  2. One's day-to-day plans or timetable
    • - take a moment out of your busy schedule
  3. A timetable
    • - information on airline schedules
  4. An appendix to a formal document or statute, esp. as a list, table, or inventory

  5. (with reference to an income tax system) Any of the forms (named “A,” “B,” etc.) issued for completion and relating to the various classes into which taxable income is divided


  1. agenda: a temporally organized plan for matters to be attended to
  2. plan for an activity or event; "I've scheduled a concert next week"
  3. an ordered list of times at which things are planned to occur
  4. make a schedule; plan the time and place for events; "I scheduled an exam for this afternoon"
  5. planned or scheduled for some certain time or times; "the scheduled meeting"; "the scheduled flights had to be cancelled because of snow"
  6. (scheduling) setting an order and time for planned events
  7. Microsoft Schedule Plus (or Microsoft Schedule+) was a time-management software product by Microsoft, but was discontinued as part of Office when most of its functionality was incorporated into Outlook 97. ...
  8. Broadcast programming, or scheduling, is the practice of organizing television or radio programs in a daily, weekly, or season-long schedule. ...
  9. In the fields of databases and transaction processing (transaction management), a schedule (also called history) of a system is an abstract model to describe execution of transactions running in the system. ...
  10. In project management, a schedule consists of a list of a project's terminal elements with intended start and finish dates. Terminal elements are the lowest element in a schedule, which is not further subdivided. ...
  11. A schedule (pronounced: skedyool, or shedyool in British English), often called a rota, is a list of employees who are working on any given day, week, or month in a workplace. A schedule is necessary for the day-to-day operation of any retail store or manufacturing facility. ...
  12. (Scheduling (computing)) Scheduling is a key concept in computer multitasking, multiprocessing operating system and real-time operating system designs. ...
  13. A slip of paper; a short note. [14th-17th c.]; An annex or appendix to a statute or other regulatory instrument. [from 15th c.]; A timetable, or other time-based plan of events; a plan of what is to occur, and at what time. [from 19th c. ...
  14. (Scheduled (Programme Lifestage)) This term is applied to programmes which are defined, with start and end dates, in core systems, but the start date has not yet been reached.
  15. (Scheduled) Create a conference with a specified time, date, and duration. Scheduled calls can be set to be recurring, as opposed to Reservationless calls.
  16. (Scheduled) Part of the change review board's responsibility is to assist in the scheduling of changes by reviewing the proposed implementation date for potential conflicts with other scheduled changes or critical business activities.
  17. (Scheduled) adapters periodically process specific data, regardless of the billing interval associated with the data. Scheduled adapters can run daily, or a specified number of times a day.
  18. (Scheduled) in addition to prepayments, you can also make extra scheduled payments of up to double your regular required payments.
  19. (SCHEDULES) The documents filed with your Bankruptcy Petition that list your assets, debts, income and expenses. ...
  20. (Schedules) The debtor must file the required lists of assets and liabilities to commence a bankruptcy case, collectively called the schedules.
  21. (Schedules: “) A formal list, table, catalog, inventory, or list of assets and liabilities”
  22. (Schedules) Detailed lists filed by the debtor along with (or shortly after filing) the petition showing the debtor's assets, liabilities, and other financial information. (There are official forms a debtor must use.)
  23. Schedules define when Function Blocks (FBs) execute and when data and status is published on the bus.
  24. (Schedules) in bankruptcy, these are the pages on which all of your information you file with the bankruptcy court is written. All of the information provided is given under penalty of perjury and you may have to prove that what is in them is true. ...
  25. (Schedules) A schedule is often found at the back of an Act (or a Regulation). Schedules may provide relevant details, such as an international convention enacted in the legislation, or provide lists. ...