Synonyms for arrange:
heap, tune up, dream up, interpret, block in, string out, music director, baton, strike up, agree on, fingering, provide, music stand, instrumentation, transcribe, modulate, throb, Busk, play, tune, tabulate, atmospherics, superimpose, clap out, toot, accommodate, dispose, pair up, strike, map out, strum, cater for, purvey, come across with, juxtaposition, prefix, sandwich together, hum, mime, divide, look ahead, stack the deckorthe cards, gig, jam, file away, mix, pound out, get ready, bunch, bank up, lip synch, musical director, rap, serve up, whistle, thump out, provide fororagainst, cater to, reorder, finalize, facilitate, plonk, blast away, synthesize, mark down, blast, juxtapose, beat out, help along, bang out, tootle, negotiate, remaster, sequencing, pair, choose, pick, pairing, fiddle, quarterback, pencil in, musicianship, think ahead, string together, convene, tool up, reconcile, drum, stagger, straighten up, formalize.
file, transpose, realign, come up with, leader, pluck, mute, funnel, weave, engineer, deploy, offer up, collation, stage-manage, supply, arm, space, conductor, size, slur, stack, phrase, kick in, dispense, loop, resource, make up for, conclude, mastermind, sample, plunk, hydrate, layer.
map out, sketch.
Sense 1 (noun)
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Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
make plans, often involving agreement (verb)
design, draft, provide, settle, project, chart, frame, construct, prepare, negotiate, lay out, map out, contrive, schedule, determine, devise, adjust, blueprint, get ready, harmonize, scheme, manage, quarterback, establish.
form, marshal, score, classify, stratify, integrate, harmonize, cast, screen, grade, categorize, organize, plot, scheme, rationalize, unsnarl, adjust, straighten, design, stabilize, Methodize, maintain, program, mediate, separate, devise, prepare, class, rank, shape, set, balance, systematize, rate, settle, sift, sort, subordinate, control, right, orchestrate, plan, place, schedule, collate, regulate, type, order, group, fix, array, chart, pigeonhole, compose, structure, schematize, frame, normalize, unify, establish, support.
prepare musical composition differently (verb)
put in an order (verb)
Usage examples for arrange:
- I'll arrange it all. - "The Captives", Hugh Walpole.
- " Very well," replied White, " I will go as soon as possible- in a week, more or less; as soon as I can possibly arrange my own affairs. - "The Expressman and the Detective", Allan Pinkerton.
- So we shall expect you here on whatever day you may arrange with Lady Linlithgow as to leaving her. - "The Eustace Diamonds", Anthony Trollope.