arrangement · noun /əˈreɪndʒ.mənt/Full view
Nouns: arrangement
Verbs: arrange, rearrange
arrangement (PLANS)
B1 C usually plural plans for how something will happen
Dictionary examples:

They'd made all the arrangements for the party.

Arrangements were made to move the prisoners to another jail.

What are your current childcare arrangements?

Learner example:

I'll make all [the] arrangements. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Czech)

arrangement (AGREEMENT)
B2 C or U an agreement between two people or groups
Dictionary examples:

We had an arrangement that he would clean the house and I would cook.

I'm sure we can come to an arrangement.

You can only withdraw money from this account by (prior) arrangement with the bank.

Learner example:

I didn't know if you would be in the house or not so you need to contact him for a new arrangement [on] this telephone number 333-30.30. (First Certificate in English; B2; Catalan)

arrangement (POSITION)
B2 C a group of objects in a particular order or position
Dictionary example:

a flower arrangement

Learner example:

Dear Mrs. Anderson, I have learned from a friend that your club gives advanced courses in flower arrangement. (First Certificate in English; B2; Swedish)

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