1. (schedule) 
a. el horario (M) (transport) 
According to the timetable on the screen, the train will be arriving in five minutes.Según el horario de la pantalla, el tren llegará en cinco minutos.
b. el programa (M) (event, project) 
If we don't stick to the timetable, we'll never finish the project on time.Si no seguimos el programa, no terminaremos el proyecto a tiempo.
c. la agenda (F) 
I don't think I'll be able to meet with you today. My timetable is a bit tight.No creo que pueda reunirme con usted hoy. Tengo la agenda un poco apretada.
2. (education) (United Kingdom) 
Have you already got your timetable sorted for this term?¿Ya tienes tu horario arreglado para este semestre?
transitive verb
3. (to organize an itinerary) (United Kingdom) 
a. programar 
We need to timetable our business commitments for our trip to New York.Tenemos que programar nuestros compromisos de negocio para nuestro viaje a Nueva York.
1. (for buses, trains, school) 
a. el horario (M) 
2. (for event, project) 
a. el programa (M) 
to work to a timetabletener un horario de trabajo
transitive verb
3. (general) 
a. programar 
timetable [ˈtaɪmˌteɪbl]
(for trains, buses) horario (m); (programme of events etc) programa (m); agenda (f); [of negotiations] calendario (m); (Educ) horario (m); (as booklet) guía (f); horario (m)
transitive verb
(Britain) programar
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