Synonyms of programme in English:

programme


See definition of programme

noun

1‘an action-packed programme of events’

SYNONYMS
schedule, agenda, calendar, timetable
order of events, list of events, order of the day, line-up, list, listing
bill, menu, bill of fare

2‘a government programme to rescue the ailing economy’

SYNONYMS
scheme, plan, plan of action, initiative, series of measures, project, strategy, solution

3‘a programme of study’

SYNONYMS
course, syllabus, curriculum

4‘shall I buy a programme?’

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guide, list of artistes, list of performers, list of players
North American playbill

5‘the programme attracted an audience of almost twenty million’

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broadcast, production, show, presentation, transmission, performance, telecast, simulcast, videocast, podcast
documentary, play, comedy, film, docudrama, newscast, magazine, magazine programme, phone-in
episode, instalment
British chat show
informal prog

6‘officials use a computer program that cross-references names and addresses’

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application, software, piece of software, routine, instance, solution

verb

1‘we learn how to programme our own lives’

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arrange, organize, schedule, plan, map out, lay out, timetable, line up, prearrange
North American slate

2‘some hotels programme their canned music in 24-hour cycles’

SYNONYMS
set, fix, arrange