ADJ. overall | detailed | strict | realistic | busy, full a full timetable of teaching | college, school, etc. | exam/examination | bus, train, etc.
VERB + TIMETABLE agree on, draw up, establish, outline, set (out) | adhere to, follow, keep to Implementation of the reforms was kept to a very strict timetable. | consult, look at
PREP. according to the ~ According to the timetable, the bus should have come in at 9.00. | in a/the ~ It said in the timetable that a train was due at 5.30. | ~ for The delegates outlined what they considered a realistic timetable for troop withdrawal.