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ar-r[= a]nj', v.t. to set in a rank or row: to put in order: to settle: ( mus.) to adapt a composition for instruments or voices for which it was not originally written, as when orchestral or vocal compositions are set for the pianoforte, or the reverse.-- v.i. to come to an agreement.-- n. ARRANGE'MENT, act of arranging: classification: settlement. [ O. Fr. arangier-- à (-- L. ad, to), and rangier, rengier. See RANGE.]


coiffure, bring about, format, set, set up, DO, coif, put, coiffe, order, stage, fix up, dress.
designate, stamp, assort, brand, label.
arrange, put, order, set up.
arrange, fix up.
arrange, set up.
arrange, set.
make plans, often involving agreement
tailor, decide, determine, prepare, concert, work out a deal, iron out, agree to, compromise, resolve, shape up, design, construct, manage, quarterback, draft, come to terms, harmonize, contrive, set stage, frame, scheme, promote, devise, pull things together, blueprint, make ready, settle, get ready, hammer out a deal, chart, get act together, provide, establish, work out, adjust, pull a wire, direct, map out, adapt, schedule, lay out, make a connection, negotiate, project.
control, array, schedule, balance, regulate, maintain, Methodize, mediate, unify, rate, shape, grade, unsnarl, place, classify, program, scheme, compose, settle, plan, sort, group, stabilize, organize, sift, collate, devise, schematize, plot, harmonize, chart, class, design, score, fix, order, frame, orchestrate, prepare, marshal, integrate, rationalize, rank, systematize, cast, straighten, pigeonhole, screen, normalize, set, support, type, establish, categorize, stratify, separate, form, subordinate, structure, right, adjust.
contrive, blueprint, premeditate, coordinate, expect, propose, conceive, intend, anticipate, invent, aim.
formulate, prime, curry, construct, develop, draft, fashion, ready, make, equip, mobilize, fabricate, outfit, foster, furnish, fit, dress.
prepare musical composition differently
score, instrument, orchestrate.
put in an order
dispose, rank, clear the decks, spruce, group, class, position, form, align, police, put in good shape, put in order, spruce up, put to rights, police up, systematize, Methodize, classify, tidy, organize, whip into shape, line up, fix up, array, sort, regulate, file, range.
link, concatenate, succeed, progress, queue, thread, follow, sequence, chain, string, align.
build, constitute.
Examples of usage:
  1. She had been for some time trying to arrange their lives for them. – Marcella by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  2. Oh, I'll arrange that. – The Complete PG Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (The Physician and Poet not the Jurist)
  3. Now go up to your rooms and arrange everything as you like, and rest a little. – Innocent Her Fancy and His Fact by Marie Corelli
  4. How would you arrange it? – Letters of a Javanese Princess by Raden Adjeng Kartini Commentator: Louis Couperus