Definition of arrange
- arrange flowers in a vase
- arrange cards alphabetically
- arranged a reception for the visitor
- arrange an exchange of war prisoners
- She arranged to have a table at the restaurant.
- He arranged for a vacation with his family.
She arranged her pictures on her desk.
He arranged some fresh fruit neatly on a plate.
arranging flowers in a vase
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.
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: to move and organize (things) into a particular order or position
: to give a particular order or position to the parts of (something)
: to organize the details of something before it happens : to plan (something)
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to emit the high shrill tone of bagpipes
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