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orchestrate

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈɔːkɪstreɪt/
to organize something complicated, in a very careful and sometimes secret way, especially in order to get an advantage for yourself: Senior executives orchestrated a business strategy that tripled the size of the company. The mega-bucks deals orchestrated by the club's billionaire owner continue to dominate the headlines.be orchestrated to do sth She claims that contributions from her firm are not orchestrated to gain influence with a specific lawmaker.
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