Definition of prearrange in English:

prearrange

Line breaks: pre|arrange
Pronunciation: /priːəˈreɪndʒ
 
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verb

[with object] (usually as adjective prearranged)
Arrange or agree upon (something) in advance: did she have a prearranged meeting?
More example sentences
  • 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.
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prearrangement

noun
More example sentences
  • And then had come a collapse of trust on all sides, a total withdrawal of trust as if by prearrangement, everyone joining in the attack on the company with complete and ruthless disregard for even common business courtesy.
  • He flew from his home in Michigan to Manchester where she met him by prearrangement and the pair flew first to Paris and then took a train to Frankfurt, Germany.
  • The survey also reveals that more than half of those who have made prearrangements have also prepaid for some portion of their funeral.

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