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Adjective: arranged  u'reynjd
  1. Disposed or placed in a particular kind of order
    "haphazardly arranged interlobular septa"; "comfortable chairs arranged around the fireplace"; "the carefully arranged chessmen";
    - ordered
     
  2. Planned in advance
    "an arranged marriage"
     
  3. Deliberately arranged for effect
    - staged
Verb: arrange  u'reynj
  1. Put into a proper or systematic order
    "arrange the books on the shelves in chronological order";
    - set up
     
  2. Make arrangements for
    "Can you arrange a meeting with the President?";
    - fix up
     
  3. Plan, organize, and carry out (an event)
    "the neighbouring tribe arranged an invasion";
    - stage
     
  4. Set (printed matter) into a specific format
    "arrange this letter so it can be printed out";
    - format
     
  5. Style or arrange hair attractively
    "arrange my hair for the wedding";
    - dress, set, do, coif, coiffe, coiffure
     
  6. (music) adapt for performance in a different way
    "arrange this poem to music";
    - set
     
  7. Organize thoughts, ideas, or temporal events
    "arrange my schedule";
    - set up, put, order

See also: artificial, laid, organised [Brit], organized, placed, set, unreal

Type of: agree, change, compose, concord, concur, groom, hold, initiate, lay, neaten, organise [Brit], organize, pioneer, place, pose, position, put, set, write

Antonym: disarrange, disarranged

Encyclopedia: Arranged

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