n. agenda, schedule, outline of things to be done

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  • agendum, agenda — These terms (from a Latin word meaning to act, to do ) refer to something to be done. The former is singular; the latter, plural. Agendum is rarely used but occasionally is employed to refer to one item in a list or a program of action, to a… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • agendum — /euh jen deuhm/, n., pl. agenda / deuh/, agendums. 1. an agenda. 2. something that is to be done. 3. an item on an agenda. [1895 1900; < L, ger. of agere to do] Usage. See agenda. * * * …   Universalium

  • data — This term, meaning facts, information, statistics, is really the plural of datum. In general use, however, data now appears as a singular and plural collective noun. The plural construction (These data are...) is appropriate in formal usage,… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • agendum — [ə jen′dəm] n. pl. agenda [ə jen′də] or agendums AGENDA …   English World dictionary

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