1. noun
a structured schedule of events with the times at which they occur, especially times of arrivals and departures

The timetable has been changed several times since it was first announced.

2. verb
To arrange a specific time for (an event, a class, etc).

Ive timetabled the meeting for Monday afternoon.

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