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scheduled
American English: /ˈskɛdʒuld/
British English: /ˈʃɛdjuːld/

Translation of scheduled in Spanish:

adjective (before noun)

  • 1.1 (planned)
    (meeting/visit/stop)
    previsto
    programado
    the scheduled time of arrival/departure is ten o'clock
    la hora de llegada/salida es a las diez
    at the scheduled time
    a la hora prevista or programada
    Example sentences
    • Previously scheduled mainland expansion plans had been put on hold because of the Sars outbreak last year.
    • It does not have a certification test or scheduled training plan.
    • But for now she wished only to remain to the scheduled plan and not think about the future with or without him.
    1.2 (not chartered)
    (flight/service)
    Example sentences
    • The airport is used by holiday charter airlines and has scheduled flights to Aberdeen and Amsterdam in the Netherlands.
    • In 2002, the first scheduled airline flights began to Lewis.
    • There are regular scheduled flights to the island by light aircraft, from Dar es Salaam or the nearby Selous.
    1.3
    (listed) (British English) (por su interés histórico o arquitectónico)
    Example sentences
    • The loss of parkland and threats to historic farm buildings and scheduled monuments suggest many cherished aspects of the region's character are at risk.
    • Historic Scotland had managed to have the old castle listed as a scheduled monument, which makes it extremely difficult to convert it for private or commercial use.
    • The city walls include a number of scheduled monuments and listed buildings, including the ruins of St Mary's Abbey and St Olave's Church, which is still in use.

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