programs[ proh-gram, -gruh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF programs
Synonyms for programs
- necessary acts
- order of business
- order of events
- order of the day
- series of events
- things to do
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROGRAMS
Second, we will continue our programs for world economic recovery.
In turn, they can be encoded in programs designed to negotiate with other programs.
Programs are conceived to enable the understanding of language.
All these broadcasting stations have certain hours for their programs.
As programs shifted, Scotty reached up and turned off the set.
The producer didn't seem to go in for odd characters as other programs did.
In programs of such scope and duration, the problems of interpretation are great.
To the day of his death he was an influential factor in all its plans and programs.
But the time has come when the obligation to the scholar should resume its due place—in our programs, as well as in our practice.
These programs may be filled beforehand or they may be filled at the dance.