arrange : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v put into a proper or systematic order
arrange the books on the shelves in chronological order
- v make arrangements for
Can you arrange a meeting with the President?
- v plan, organize, and carry out (an event)
- v set (printed matter) into a specific format
- v arrange attractively
- v adapt for performance in a different way
- v arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events
arrange my schedule
- An ambitious effort to arrange a financially happy marriage between TV and Hollywood, Phonevision gives TV set owners a chance to order movies by telephone, at $1 each.
- Then, when you've got a few moments to spare, private clubs around the world will open their doors with a flash of the card, and DKNY, Cerrutti, Celine and Valentino will arrange .
- Our quibbles: users who do not pay the annual subscription fee can upload only 100 MB of content per month, and Flickr's Photostream doesn't arrange newly added pics by the date .
- Gordon Brown in ABC Online
It is my duty as prime minister to take all steps to ensure Britain has a strong, stable and principled government,Mr Brown said. "I have asked the cabinet secretary to arrange for the civil service to provide support on request to parties...
- Michael Dawson in Economic Times
Things can change in a split second,Dawson told the club's website. "One minute I'm trying to arrange my holiday, then I get a call asking if I was on holiday because Rio had pulled out of training. I said 'no' and then I was just waiting...
- Sue Jones-Davies in WalesOnline
It was actually a journalist who pointed out to me that the film had never been shown in Aberystwyth because of the ban,said Mrs Jones-Davies today. "We decided that we might as well go on with it and see if we could arrange a screening in...