Programme is a British spelling for a program, which is a planned series of events, or a performance, or a booklet telling you what events to expect as part of a series of events.noun
An example of a programme is a news broadcast on the BBC in London.
Programme is a British spelling for program, which is defined as to input data into a machine to cause it to do a certain thing, or to train a person or animal to behave or react in a certain way.verb
An example of programme is to train British military guards to maintain their stance and attention.YourDictionary definition and usage example. Copyright © 2013 by LoveToKnow Corp.
noun & v. Chiefly British
Variant of program
- a proclamation
- a prospectus or syllabus
- the acts, speeches, musical pieces, etc. that make up an entertainment, ceremony, etc.
- a printed list of these
- a scheduled broadcast on radio or television
- a plan or procedure for dealing with some matter
- all the activities that can be participated in at a community center, camp, resort, etc.
- a logical sequence of coded instructions specifying the operations to be performed by a computer in solving a problem or in processing data
- a series of operations which may be used to control the functions of an electronic device
Origin: < LL & Fr: Fr programme < LL programma < Gr, edict < prographein, to write in public < pro-, before + graphein, to write: see pro- & graphic
- to enter or schedule in a program
- ☆ to prepare the questions and answers for (a textbook or a teaching machine to be used in programmed instruction)
- to plan a computer program for (a task, problem, etc.)
- to furnish (a computer, chip, etc.) with a program
- to incorporate in a computer program
- to set the program of (an electronic device)
- to predispose to behave in a certain way, have a certain mindset. etc.; condition: to program a child for failure
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