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  • 1 arrangé — ⇒ARRANGÉ, ÉE, part. passé et adj. I. Part. passé de arranger. II. Adjectif A. [En parlant d un lieu, d objets] Mis dans un ordre prévu, avec parfois une recherche esthétique : • 1. Le portier sonna : une femme de chambre coiffée d un madras… …

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  • 2 arrangé — arrangé, ée (a ran jé, jée) part. passé. 1°   Mis dans un ordre convenable. Tout est ici très bien arrangé. •   Il ne se passe, à l intérieur des animaux, rien de suivi, rien d ordonné, puisqu ils n expriment rien par des signes combinés et… …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 3 arrange — UK US /əˈreɪndʒ/ verb [I or T] ► to plan, prepare, or organize something: »The outing was arranged by the firm as part of a team building exercise. arrange an appointment/loan/meeting, etc. »Industry leaders hastily arranged a meeting with city… …

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  • 4 arrangé — Arrangé, [arrang]ée. part. On dit d Un homme, qu Il est arrangé, pour dire, qu Il fait toutes choses avec ordre, & quelquefois aussi, pour dire, qu Il est trop attaché à un certain ordre. On dit aussi, qu Un homme est arrangé, arrangé chez luy,… …

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  • 5 Arrange — Ar*range , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Arranged}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Arranging}.] [OE. arayngen, OF. arengier, F. arranger, fr. a (L. ad) + OF. rengier, rangier, F. ranger. See {Range}, v. t.] 1. To put in proper order; to dispose (persons, or parts) in… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 arrange — [v1] put in an order align, array, class, classify, clear the decks, dispose, file, fix up, form, group, line up, methodize, organize, police, police up, position, put in good shape*, put in order*, put to rights*, range, rank, regulate, sort,… …

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  • 7 arrange — [ə rānj′] vt. arranged, arranging [ME arengen < OFr arengier < a , to + rengier, RANGE] 1. to put in the correct, proper, or suitable order 2. to sort systematically; classify 3. to make ready; prepare or plan [to arrange a program of… …

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  • 8 arrange — I (methodize) verb adapt, adjust, allocate, apportion, bring into order, bring to terms, collocate, come to an agreement, come to terms, componere, constituere, coordinate, determine, devise, digerere, direct, fix, fix the order, group, manage,… …

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  • 9 arrange — (v.) late 14c., draw up a line of battle, from O.Fr. arengier (12c.), from a to (see AD (Cf. ad )) + rangier set in a row (Mod.Fr. ranger), from rang rank, from Frankish *hring (see RANK (Cf. rank) (n.)) …

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  • 10 arrange — 1 *order, marshal, organize, systematize, methodize Analogous words: dispose (see corresponding noun DISPOSAL): *line, line up, range, array, align: *assort, classify, pigeonhole, sort Antonyms: derange, disarrange Contrasted words: *disorder,… …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 11 arrange — ► VERB 1) put tidily or in a particular order. 2) organize or plan. 3) Music adapt (a composition) for performance with instruments or voices other than those originally specified. DERIVATIVES arrangeable adjective arranger noun. ORIGIN Old… …

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  • 12 arrange — ar|range W2S2 [əˈreındʒ] v [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: arangier, from rengier to put in a row , from reng row ] 1.) [I and T] to organize or make plans for something such as a meeting, party, or trip ▪ Contact your local branch to… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 13 arrange — verb 1 (I, T) to organize or make plans for something such as a meeting, party, or trip: James is arranging a big surprise party for Helen s birthday. | I d like to arrange a business loan. | arrange to do sth: Have you arranged to meet Mark this …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 14 arrange */*/*/ — UK [əˈreɪndʒ] / US verb Word forms arrange : present tense I/you/we/they arrange he/she/it arranges present participle arranging past tense arranged past participle arranged 1) a) [intransitive/transitive] to make plans for something to happen,… …

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  • 15 arrange — [[t]əre͟ɪnʤ[/t]] ♦♦♦ arranges, arranging, arranged 1) VERB If you arrange an event or meeting, you make plans for it to happen. [V n] She arranged an appointment for Friday afternoon at four fifteen... [V n] This time it was a friend ringing to… …

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  • 16 arrange — verb 1 plan/organize sth ADVERB ▪ easily ▪ hastily, quickly ▪ secretly ▪ specially VERB + ARRANGE …

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  • 17 arrange — ar|range [ ə reındʒ ] verb *** 1. ) intransitive or transitive to make plans for something to happen, for example by agreeing a time and place: I m trying to arrange a meeting with their sales director. We re flying out on the 18th it s all… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 18 arrange — v. 1) to arrange neatly; tastefully 2) (d; intr.) to arrange for (to arrange for a series of lectures; we arranged for him to give a concert) 3) (E) they arranged to leave early 4) (L) I arranged that they should be seated next to each other * *… …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 19 arrange — verb ( ranged; ranging) Etymology: Middle English arangen, from Middle French arenger, from a + renger to set in ranks, from renc, ranc row more at rank Date: 1638 transitive verb 1. to put into a proper order or into a correct or …

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  • 20 arrange — arrangeable, adj. arranger, n. /euh raynj /, v., arranged, arranging. v.t. 1. to place in proper, desired, or convenient order; adjust properly: to arrange books on a shelf. 2. to come to an agreement or understanding regarding: The two sides… …

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