arrange · verb /əˈreɪndʒ/Full view
Nouns: arrangement
Verbs: arrange, rearrange
arrange (PLAN)
B1 I or T to make the necessary plans and preparations for something to happen
Dictionary examples:

We've arranged a meeting for Wednesday.

They arranged to have dinner the following month.

I've already arranged with him where to meet.

She's arranged for her son to have swimming lessons.

I'd arranged that they should arrive at the same time.

Learner example:

Dear Friends, It's a fantastic idea to come to my country [for] the holidays; we could arrange to meet somewhere. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Spanish)

B2 T to put objects in a particular order or position
Dictionary examples:

She arranged her birthday cards along the shelf.

Who arranged these flowers so beautifully?

His books are neatly arranged in alphabetical order.

Learner example:

Before the pop concert [started], I arranged the seats and carried some musical instruments. (First Certificate in English; B2; Korean)

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