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Timetable vs. Roster

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Timetablenoun

a tabular 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.’;

Rosternoun

A list of individuals or groups, usually for an organization of some kind such as military officers and enlisted personnel enrolled in a particular unit; a muster roll; a sports team, with the names of players who are eligible to be placed in the lineup for a particular game; or a list of students officially enrolled in a school or class.

Timetableverb

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

‘I've timetabled the meeting for Monday afternoon.’;

Rosternoun

A list of the jobs to be done by members of an organization and often with the date/time that they are expected to do them.

‘The secretary has produced a new cleaning roster for the Church over the remainder of the year.’;

Timetablenoun

a schedule listing events and the times at which they will take place

Rosterverb

To place the name of (a person) on a roster.

‘I have rostered you for cleaning duties on the first Monday of each month.’;

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Timetablenoun

a schedule of times of arrivals and departures

Rosternoun

A register or roll showing the order in which officers, enlisted men, companies, or regiments are called on to serve.

Rosternoun

a list of names;

‘his name was struck off the rolls’;

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