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arrange
ə'reɪndʒ
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English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Arrange attractively.
  2. Arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events.
  3. Make arrangements for.
  4. Put into a proper or systematic order.
  5. Plan, organize, and carry out (an event).
  6. Adapt for performance in a different way.
  7. Set (printed matter) into a specific format.
Hyphenationar•range
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb
Matching Results
整理zhěnglǐto arrange; to tidy up; to sort out; to straighten out; to list systematically; to collate (data, files); to pack (luggage)
分类fēnlèiclassification
排列páilièarray; arrangement; permutation (i.e. ordered choice of n elements out of m)
筹备chóubèipreparations; to get ready for something
布置bùzhìto put in order; to arrange; to decorate; to fix up; to deploy
安排ānpáito arrange; to plan; to set up; arrangements; plans
商定shāngdìngto agree; to decide after consultation; to come to a compromise
lúnto arrange
布下bùxiàto arrange; to lay out
打兑dǎduìto arrange (colloquial); to transfer creditor's rights (in a debt case)
搬铺bānpùto arrange (for the dying)
dàngto arrange; to put in order
摆布bǎibùto arrange; to order about; to manipulate
摆设bǎishèto arrange; to set out; to decorate; to display; decorative items
料持liàochíto arrange; to manage; to attend to; to take care of; to look after (the cooking)
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