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arrangement

noun [C]  /əˈreɪndʒ·mənt/ us  

arrangement noun [C] (WRITING MUSIC)

a plan for how the parts of a piece of music can be played by a particular instrument or instruments: an arrangement for trumpet and cello

arrangement noun [C] (POSITION)

a particular way in which things are put together or placed: a flower arrangement

arrangement noun [C] (PLAN)

a plan or preparation for something, esp. for something to happen in a particular way: She had an arrangement to work at home two days a week. Since the hotel was full, we had to make other arrangements.
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