A set of actions or instructions used to reach a goal / perform a task.
Past Participle form
I programme computers to help people.
She programmes mobile phones for people who travel abroad.
A: Hi, can you help with my new printer?
B: Yes but I'll need to programme the computer first.
A: Okay, thank you.
I programmed a series of events for the candidate.
My mum programmed the television to record my programmes.
A: What is the plan for next year?
B: I've programmed a series of events: in January, March and September.
A: That sounds great. Are they all in London?
I'm programming my smart speaker.
He was programming his new laptop when it suddenly explored.
A: How was your day?
B: It was good thanks. I was programming my website all day and now it automatically delivers newsletters.
A: Oh wow. Was it hard?
B: Yeah, it took me ages.
I've programmed computers and software for years.
She'd programmed the oven to come on when she got home from work.
A: Have you managed to programme the game?
B: No, it was too hard. We need to call someone.
A: Oh, I'd programmed it last year. Let me try.