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program // n 1 (computing) series of coded instructions to control the operations of a computer: write a program for producing a balance sheet. 2 (Brit -me) broadcast item (eg a play, dicussion or documentary): There is an interesting program on television tonight * They're putting on a program about/on wine making. 3 (Brit -me) plan of what is (intended) to be done: a political program * What's (on) the program for (ie What are we going to do) tomorrow? * launch a program to redevelop the inner cities. 4 (a) (Brit -me) (notice or list of a) series of items in a concert, on a course of study, etc: The program includes two Mozart sonatas. * plan a program of lectures for first year students. 4 (b) (Brit -me) (booklet with a) list of the names of the actors in a play, singers in a opera, etc.
» program (Brit -me) v(-mm-; US also -m-) 1 [usually passive: Tn, Tn⋅pr] ~ sth (for sth) make a program of or for sth; put sth on a program; plan or arrange sth: program a music festival * A trip to the museum is programed for next Tuesday. 2 [usually passive: Tn, Cn⋅t] cause (sb/sth) to do oe behave in a unparticular way, especially automatically or in an unthinking way: Their early training programes them to be obedient and submissive. * The video is programed to switch itself on at ten o'clock


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