- 1Put (things) in a neat, attractive, or required order: she had just finished arranging the flowers the columns are arranged in 12 rowsMore example sentences
- She looked at the various framed certificates, mounted onto the peach colored wall, that were arranged in an unbelievably neat order.
- The pews were no longer haphazard and broken, instead they now were arranged in neat rows leading up to the front, where a bemused Tane and a fully clothed Ferik sat.
- Lloyd Williams, who is curating the exhibition, added that the paintings, many of which represented women in the painter's life, would be arranged in chronological order.
- 2Organize or make plans for (a future event): they hoped to arrange a meeting we’ve arranged the funeral for Saturday [no object]: my aunt arranged for the furniture to be storedMore example sentences
- Another meeting with regard to the proposed Mussel Festival is arranged for this evening, Wednesday, at 8.30 in the Community Centre.
- I was delighted when I read that a Midsummer Writing Festival was arranged for last weekend.
- A special event was arranged for us with the psychic Arthur Pacheco, who communicates with people in the next world.
- 2.1 [no object] Reach agreement about an action or event in advance: I arranged with my boss to have the time off [with infinitive]: they arranged to meet at eleven o’clockMore example sentences
- A couple of months ago, for instance, an Australian production was ready to sign her up, but she arranged to meet with the director anyway.
- Upon further investigation, she found the house where her mother had lived in nearby Leigh-on-Sea and located her mother's sisters, Ella and Gladys, whom she arranged to meet.
- Through friends of friends I have arranged to meet some journalists and actors over there, some of whom have archival video and stills from the Marcos era.
- 2.2Ensure that (something) is done or provided by organizing it in advance: accommodations can be arranged if requiredMore example sentences
- The second important detail is to arrange accommodation in advance.
- He added that mainland companies should also take part in arranging charter flights to ensure that business is shared fairly.
- The three doctors will prioritise cases and arrange pre-operative appointments to ensure that the surgery will take place next month.
- 3 Music Adapt (a composition) for performance with instruments or voices other than those originally specified: songs arranged for viola and pianoMore example sentences
- Thirty-four traditional and original tunes are arranged for two instruments, with chords for back-up musicians included.
- In the 1800s it was not uncommon for orchestral works to be arranged for piano, thereby making home performance possible, after a fashion.
- All the songs are folk-like in character, arranged for voice and piano with an optional violin part printed separately.
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- The DR16 has 16 hours of record time and records up to 396 files of messages that are arrangeable into 4 folders.
- Bath tub for disabled persons has bath entry device with one or more fluid or gas-filled, compressible chambers arrangeable in it, which work in conjunction with person on entering bath.
- The signal detecting part of the signal-processing unit is embodied in the form of a panel in such a way that it is arrangeable in the front part of the mouth cavity and the hard palate.
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- He mentioned names of the bands' leaders, managers, arrangers and conductors and identified the adjudicators as well.
- As director, producer and arranger he has worked on many albums in various studios throughout Ireland and has worked with many different musicians.
- He has performed as a soloist, musical director, and arranger worldwide.
late Middle English: from Old French arangier, from a- (from Latin ad 'to, at') + rangier 'to range' (see range).