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program

  
      n  
     (COMPUTING)   programme    m     
→ a program to calculate the amount of tax due        
a computer program      un programme informatique  
→ The chances of an error occurring in a computer program increase with the size of the program.        
     (US)   (=plan)   programme    m  
     (US, on radio, TV)   émission    f  , programme    m     
a TV program      une émission de télévision, un programme de télévision  
     (US, at theatre, concert)   programme    m  
     (US)   (=schedule of events)   programme    m     
→ the national team's busy program this year        
      vt  
     [+computer]   programmer  
→ He programmed his computer to compare all the possible combinations.        
→ ... 45 million people, about half of whom can program their own computers.        
to be programmed to do sth      [computer, machine]   être programmé (e)   pour faire qch  
→ ... a computer programmed to translate a story given to it in Chinese.        
→ a computer programmed to track the most frequent errors        
      vi     (COMPUTING)  
[programmer]  
programmer  


application program  
      n     (COMPUTING)   programme    m   d'application  
computer program  
      n   programme    m   informatique  
shell program  
      n     (COMPUTING)   programme    m   shell, interpréteur    m   de commandes  
software program  
      n   logiciel    m  
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
programme
[Comp.]
v.
programmer
[Comp.]
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'program' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
n.
program
n.
TV program
[Bus.]
n.
book program
n.
live program
n.
music program
n.
youth program
n.
radio program
n.
theme program
n.
radio program
n.
helper program
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