Arrange - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- make arrangements for (syn: fix up)
- plan, organize, and carry out (an event) (syn: stage)
- set (printed matter) into a specific format (syn: format)
- arrange attractively (syn: coif, coiffure, do, dress, set)
- adapt for performance in a different way (syn: set)
- arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events (syn: order, put, set up)
She arranged her pictures on her desk.
He arranged some fresh fruit neatly on a plate.
We arranged and rearranged the order several times.
She arranged her hair on top of her head.
Please arrange a meeting with your partners.
I think we can arrange a deal.
Let's arrange our schedules so that we can meet for lunch.
You'll need to arrange transportation from the airport.
He arranged her last two albums.
Everything has been arranged as you wished.
We arranged for him to give a concert.
They arranged to leave early.
I arranged that they should be seated next to each other.
It is arranged that she will look after the children.
Contact your local branch to arrange an appointment.
present participle: arranging
past tense: arranged
past participle: arranged