programar
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programar(
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mahr
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A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (to organize)
a. to plan
El viaje que había programado se canceló por el mal tiempo.The trip I had planned was canceled because of bad weather.
b. to schedule
El sindicato está programando una serie de protestas contra los cambios que se proponen.The union is scheduling a series of protests against the proposed changes.
c. to draw up a program for
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
Hemos programado el festival de literatura en colaboración con la sociedad de autores.We have drawn up a program for the literature festival in collaboration with the society of authors.
d. to draw up a programme for (United Kingdom)
El club de excursionismo ya programó los próximos seis meses de caminatas.The hiking club has now drawn up a programme for the next six months of walks.
2. (to set)
a. to program
Regionalism used in the United States
(United States)
El horno se puede programar para que se encienda a la hora que uno desee.You can program the oven to come on at the time you want.
b. to programme (United Kingdom)
Te conviene programar el acondicionador de aire con una temperatura más alta.It'd be better to programme the air conditioner for a higher temperature.
3. (television and radio)
a. to schedule
El canal de televisión programó la nueva serie precisamente para hacerle la competencia a su principal rival.The TV channel has scheduled the new series specifically to compete with their main rival.
4. (computing)
a. to program
Marta programó un software que ayudará a mejorar la productividad.Marta programmed a software package that will help improve productivity.
5. (transport)
a. to schedule
La llegada del tren está programada para las doce en punto.The train is scheduled to arrive at twelve o'clock on the dot.
b. to timetable (United Kingdom)
El servicio de autobus progamado para salir a las 08:45 ha sido cancelado.The bus service timetabled to leave at 08:45 has been canceled.
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programar
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
1. (actividades, proyecto)
a. to plan
2. (tv)
a. to schedule
3. (cinema)
a. to put on
4. (mechanical)
a. to program
5. (computers)
a. to program
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programar
transitive verb
1 [+actividades, vacaciones] (planear) to plan; (detalladamente) to draw up a programme o program for; (EEUU)
2 (Informática) [+ordenador] to program; [+vídeo] to programme; program; (EEUU)
3 (TV) (Rad) to show
Cine paraíso" (un espacio de TV) programará » Nikel Odeón » Ninoska y Cantando bajo la lluvia" El Viernes Santo la cadena 2 programará El espejo, donde se hablará del Nuevo Testamento los 120 capítulos que se programaron en un principio -de enero a junio pidieron que la serie no se programase en un horario infantil
4 (Ferro) to schedule; timetable
5 [+futuro] to shape; mould; mold; (EEUU) determine
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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puedo programar una hora para ver el artículo
I can schedule a time to look at your article
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