Meaning of to (or on or according to) schedule in English:

to (or on or according to) schedule

phrase

  • On time; as planned or expected.

    ‘the filming was still on schedule’
    • ‘Building at the Polebarn Road site is on schedule, with engineers expecting to be finished by mid-summer.’
    • ‘The barracks are expected to be completed on schedule next month and to come in on budget.’
    • ‘If their plans were going according to schedule, we'd be in Syria right now.’
    • ‘It was decided to hold annual Christmas party on Sunday, December 11th, provided the proposed plans go according to schedule.’
    • ‘His plans apparently proceeded according to schedule.’
    • ‘The overall plans for the visit of the African guests are well on schedule.’
    • ‘Buses are more frequent and are running to schedule, prompting Londoners to take to them in droves.’
    • ‘We expect to deliver further releases to schedule next year.’
    • ‘The holding pond must be emptied on schedule as specified in a waste management plan.’
    • ‘But a spokesman said engineers were confident that it would begin before the end of May, and would run to schedule.’
    early enough, in good time, punctually, promptly, on time, not too late, with time to spare, at the appointed time, at the right time, on schedule
    punctual, punctually, prompt, promptly, in time, in good time, on schedule, to schedule, when expected, timely, well timed