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Translation of "arrange" - English-Spanish dictionary

arrange

verb   /əˈreɪndʒ/ ( present participle arranging, past tense and past participle arranged)
B1 to make plans for something to happen organizar, concertar I’ve arranged a meeting with him. I arranged for a car to take us to the airport.
to put objects in a particular order or position arreglar, disponer Arrange the books alphabetically by author.
(Definition of arrange from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

arrange

verb /əˈreindʒ/
to put in some sort of order ordenar, disponer Colin arranged the books in alphabetical order She arranged the flowers in a vase.
to plan or make decisions (about future events) organizar, planear We have arranged a meeting for next week I have arranged to meet him tomorrow.
(music) to make (a piece of music) suitable for particular voices or instruments arreglar, adaptar This piece of music has been arranged for choir and orchestra.
arrangement noun
disposición; arreglo I like the arrangement of the furniture a flower arrangement They’ve finally come to some sort of arrangement about sharing expenses This is a new arrangement for guitar and orchestra.
arrangements noun plural
plans; preparations preparativos Have you made any arrangments for a meeting with him? funeral arrangements.
arranged marriage /əˈreindʒd ˈmæridʒ/ noun
a marriage in which the parents choose the husband or wife for their son or daughter Matrimonio Concertado Arranged marriages are common in some parts of Asia.
(Definition of arrange from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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