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program    : [pr'ogr,æm]
computer program \computer program\ n.
a sequence of instructions, stored in any medium, that can be
interpreted and executed by a computer; -- called most
frequently a {program}. This term is used both for the
written program (a document) and for its corresponding
electronic version stored or executed on the computer. See
{instruction}; as, Version 1.0 of the program had a serious
bug that caused the computer to crash frequently..

Syn: program, program, computer programme.
[WordNet 1.5 PJC]


Program \Pro"gram\, n.
Same as {Programme}.
[1913 Webster]

program
n 1: a series of steps to be carried out or goals to be
accomplished; "they drew up a six-step plan"; "they
discussed plans for a new bond issue" [synonym: {plan},
{program}, {programme}]
2: a system of projects or services intended to meet a public
need; "he proposed an elaborate program of public works";
"working mothers rely on the day care program" [synonym:
{program}, {programme}]
3: a radio or television show; "did you see his program last
night?" [synonym: {broadcast}, {program}, {programme}]
4: a document stating the aims and principles of a political
party; "their candidate simply ignored the party platform";
"they won the election even though they offered no positive
program" [synonym: {platform}, {political platform}, {political
program}, {program}]
5: an announcement of the events that will occur as part of a
theatrical or sporting event; "you can't tell the players
without a program" [synonym: {program}, {programme}]
6: an integrated course of academic studies; "he was admitted to
a new program at the university" [synonym: {course of study},
{program}, {programme}, {curriculum}, {syllabus}]
7: (computer science) a sequence of instructions that a computer
can interpret and execute; "the program required several
hundred lines of code" [synonym: {program}, {programme},
{computer program}, {computer programme}]
8: a performance (or series of performances) at a public
presentation; "the program lasted more than two hours" [synonym:
{program}, {programme}]
v 1: arrange a program of or for; "program the 80th birthday
party" [synonym: {program}, {programme}]
2: write a computer program [synonym: {program}, {programme}]

236 Moby Thesaurus words for "program":
Beveridge Plan, Cultural Revolution, Fair Deal, Great Society,
Marshall Plan, New Deal, New Frontier, Philharmonic concert,
Point Four, Square Deal, affair, agenda, announcement,
annunciation, approach, arrange, arrangement, attack, attempt,
austerity program, automate, automatize, band concert,
batting order, beadroll, beat into, bill, bill of fare, blueprint,
blueprinting, book, brainwash, budget, bulletin board, business,
cadastre, calculate, calculation, calendar, card, carte du jour,
cast, catalog, catechize, census, census report, chamber concert,
charting, checklist, checkroll, circular, commitment, communique,
conception, concert, condition, contract, contrivance, contrive,
cut out, deal, declaration, declaration of policy, design, device,
devise, disposition, docket, dramatis personae, edict, effort,
encyclical, engagement, enroll, enter, enterprise, enumerate,
enunciation, envisagement, figure, figuring, file, five-year plan,
forecast, foresight, forethought, frame, game, graphing,
ground plan, guidelines, head count, honor roll, idea, imbue,
impanel, implant, impregnate, impress, inculcate, index,
indoctrinate, infix, infuse, inoculate, instill, intend, intention,
inventory, issue, itemize, jury list, jury panel, keep score,
keynote address, keynote speech, lay plans, layout, line, line up,
lineup, list, list of agenda, long-range plan, make a projection,
make arrangements, manifesto, mapping, master plan, menu, method,
methodize, methodology, musical performance, musical program,
muster, muster roll, nose count, notice, notification, obligation,
operation, operations research, order of business, organization,
organize, party platform, performance, philharmonic, pigeonhole,
plan, plan ahead, plank, planning, planning function, platform,
playbill, policy, polity, poll, pop concert, pops, popular concert,
position paper, post, prearrange, prearrangement, procedure,
proclamation, program of action, program of music,
program of operation, programma, project, prom, promenade concert,
pronouncement, pronunciamento, property roll, proposition,
prospectus, protocol, public notice, questionnaire,
rationalization, rationalize, recital, register, report, returns,
robotize, roll, roll call, roster, rota, schedule, schema,
schematism, schematization, schematize, scheme,
scheme of arrangement, score, scroll, service of music,
servo-control, set up, setup, shape, slate, statement,
strategic plan, strategy, symphony concert, system,
systematization, systematize, tabulate, tactical plan, tactics,
tally, task, tax roll, the big picture, the picture, timetable,
ukase, undertaking, venture, way, white book, white paper, work,
work out, work up, working plan



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