Translation of timetable in Spanish:

timetable

horario, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈtʌɪmteɪb(ə)l//ˈtaɪmˌteɪbəl/

noun

  • 1

    Transport
    horario masculine
    bus/train timetable horario de autobuses/trenes
    • a (copy of the) timetable un horario
    • Train timetables will generally end at around 8pm tonight.
    • The device is also hooked up to municipal databases to warn about road and sidewalk constructions, as well as inform about train and bus timetables, and possible delays.
    • They are shown how to go shopping for food, taught how to read bus and train timetables, how to use public transport and local libraries.
    • Rail chiefs say the whistle is so loud it makes passengers hurry onto trains rather than dawdling along the platform - and makes trains stick to timetables.
    • Passengers will benefit from timetables linked to train departures at the nearby railway station.
    • Airline and train timetables are frequently rendered meaningless, and only three things ensure safe passage on the roads - good horn, good brakes and good luck.
    • Arriva is already running buses after cutting its timetable by 80 trains a day last October because of a shortage of drivers.
    • The auto-teller had swallowed my bank card for no apparent reason, and on my way to meet Mary, a heart attack victim had played havoc with train timetables.
    • Trains and buses have timetables, roads are pothole free and water is entirely drinkable.
    • That does not mean, though, that they follow timetables like buses or trains.
    • Rail passengers travelling between Adlington and Blackrod may have to rethink their journeys after alterations to train timetables.
    • Consequently the walks are all accessible by public transport and scheduled to fit in with bus and train timetables.
    • The Mourne Rambler local bus service has made some minor alterations to its timetable with departure and arrival times varying slightly from the summer schedule.
    • Are you aware of bus/train routes and timetables?
    • He said Network Rail and train companies needed to be more effective at getting together to discuss issues like engineering work to make sure timetables were planned in plenty of time.
    • The panel meets six times a year, to advise the company on all aspects of its work, and discuss matters such as timetables, fares, train cleaning, security and facilities.
    • But obviously, once there were trains and, therefore, train timetables, there needed to be a consistent, standardised time throughout the land.
    • You can also check the local train/bus timetables at the click of a mouse.
    • Arriva cut about ten per cent of its services for the winter timetable, replacing the trains with buses because of a severe driver shortage.
    • Instead, companies would have to produce stricter timetables, with departures timed to maximise the number of fee-paying customers per journey.
  • 2

    (schedule, program)
    agenda feminine
    a very busy timetable una agenda muy apretada
    • Or, if an invasion is still planned but the timetable has been moved back, I still see no reason for pessimism.
    • More than 1,500 programmes are printed each year, helping to provide a timetable of events but also raise funds for the festival committee.
    • Full-time workers are concerned that their child will love their carer more than them so try to fill the family timetable with worthy events.
    • Ann is currently drawing up an exciting timetable of fundraising events over the next few months in Mountmellick and around the county and is confident she will raise the required amount.
    • The programme is an integral part of the festival, which is taking place this year from June 25 to July 3, helping to provide a timetable of the events.
    • I don't know what the timetable for the big event is yet though.
    • The problem I have is that our continued presence without any real plan for a timetable there is fueling the insurgency.
    • It contains a timetable of events and mission papers, with details of the spacecraft and their tasks, plus information on contributions made by the UK.
    • The householders affected have every right to know these plans, and the timetable for their implementation.
    • The events in the timetable will be more interesting and of a higher quality than in previous years.
    • The TV industry has a tight timetable for full roll-out next year, and a change of technology provider now would affect everyone from content providers to infrastructure players.
    • As well as laying out the timetable of events, sales of programmes also raise funds for the festival committee.
    • A timetable of events and other information will be made available at the registration.
    • ‘Events will drive the timetable,’ one administration official said.
    • But he stopped short of setting a timetable for full implementation of new clinical guidance, despite the fact it would cost just £85 million.
    • The following timetable will help plan a forcing schedule in order to have bulbs in flower at a given date.
    • A timetable of events in the US yesterday runs through the first 10 pages, followed by reports of international reaction to the disaster.
    • The steering committee is tasked with making schedules for legislators to assist them in planning their work timetables, whether it be for an entire year, semester or a single meeting session.
    • He has chosen to create a sense of great purpose by setting a tight timetable for a new plan of action by July, taking personal charge in a way he has never done before with domestic policy.
    • Keeping to the constitutional timetable is central to plans to start bringing American troops home next year.
  • 3British

    school University
    horario masculine
    • They fear the new timetable, with GCSE classes starting four weeks early at the end of the summer term, will eat into their usually quiet exam period.
    • Although schools have been allowed to borrow greater sums of money, speculation still mounts that this reprieve will be too little too late for Coulsdon High to reinstate a full timetable.
    • He has a full timetable and if he wishes he can use the school's quiet areas.
    • Lack of familiarity of the timetable, layout of the college and the new students makes it extremely difficult for him to understand the nuances of the social situation.
    • Despite attending classes in temporary accommodation until their new school is built next year, pupils at Manchester Jewish Grammar School are still enjoying a full timetable.
    • Shaking my head free of any thoughts of Heath, I checked my timetable for first class.
    • A new timetable of classes will resume in late September.
    • He'd been studying his timetable, which, she could see, was full of everything she hated: language, literature, and history.
    • The informational pages included the class timetable, a comprehensive equation list and course guidelines.
    • There wasn't so much as a geometry book in sight as the new timetable began with classes ranging from meditation and massage to yoga and tai chi.
    • As they're still part of a school, they may have a more formal and structured timetable than a college.
    • Full-time students will also be sent home for a study week in the week starting on Monday, June 13, as the college suspends its normal timetable.
    • The full timetable of lessons and activities will start next week.
    • With a temporary respite from timetables, regular classes, special classes, tests and homework, time seems to stand still at last.
    • After Mr Zelter had passed out all of the timetables, the class was dismissed.
    • Course notes, essential and recommended reading material and class timetables are hosted on the intranet.
    • Traditional lessons were squeezed off the timetable at a secondary school to make way for classes in coping with bullying.
    • At college we are now back into the full timetable of classes and rehearsals after a three week period of rest over Christmas which was a very welcome break after such a hectic autumn term!
    • They were really flexible when my college timetable changed in September and I started coming in on a Monday afternoon instead of a Friday.
    • Megan happily pulled out the sheet of paper that her timetable, class list and corresponding teacher list was printed on.

transitive verb

British

  • 1

    programar