arrange verb (PLAN) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "arrange" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

arrange

verb [I or T] (PLAN)
計劃
 
 
/əˈreɪndʒ/
to plan or prepare for; to organize
安排;準備;籌劃
I'm trying to arrange my work so that I can have a couple of days off next week.
我正設法把工作安排好,以便下周能夠休息一兩天。
The meeting has been arranged for Wednesday.
會議已經安排在週三了。
[+ to infinitive] They arranged to have dinner the following month.
他們約好在下個月共進晚餐。
I've already arranged with him to meet at the cinema.
我已和他約好了在電影院見面。
She's arranged for her son to have swimming lessons.
她已經安排她兒子去上游泳課了。
[+ that] I'd deliberately arranged that they should arrive at the same time.
我特意安排好讓他們同時到達。
[+ question word] We haven't yet arranged when to meet.
我們還沒有約好甚麼時候會面。
Planning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trapping
(Definition of arrange verb (PLAN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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