Definition of multiprogramme in US English:

multiprogramme

adjective

  • 1Having more than one plan or scheme of intended proceedings; (specifically of educational or research institutions) having more than one focus of academic interest.

  • 2Computing. Designed for or relating to multiprogramming.

  • 3Involving more than two television stations or channels.

  • 4Photography. Designating an automatic camera that has a number of different programmed modes of operation.

Origin

1950s; earliest use found in American Political Science Review. From multi- + programme.

Pronunciation

multiprogramme

/ˌmʌltɪˈprəʊɡram/