Translation of prearrange in Spanish:

prearrange

Pronunciation: /ˌpriːəˈreɪndʒ/

vt

  • 1.1 (arrange in advance) concertar* or acordar* de antemano
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    • Several weblogs are currently discussing whether some of the questions asked of him in his recent press conference were prearranged.
    • New songs are copied from the larger machine, and prearranged ensembles of favorite tracks transfer over in the same order.
    • Both the agent and a case officer would go to prearranged electronic letter drop sites at a predetermined time.
    1.2
    (prearranged past p)
    [meeting] concertado de antemano; [signal/place/time] convenido

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