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Definition of arrange:

  1. To adjust or settle; to prepare; to determine; as, to arrange the preliminaries of an undertaking.
  2. To put in proper order; to dispose ( persons, or parts) in the manner intended, or best suited for the purpose; as, troops arranged for battle.

Synonyms:

fare, do, answer, plume, limit, make ready, effect, congeal, dispose of, raiment, put up, dictate, assign, get ready, groom, enclothe, localize, decorate, tell, regularize, make out, rig, set up, fix up, put, set, entrap, found, bother, preen, regularise, clothe, plant, pitch, jell, ordain, get dressed, rear, practise, garb, instrument, disorganize, present, position, govern, garment, raise, format, redact, lay out, suffice, lop, direct, clip, manage, primp, negotiate, perform, pose, determine, commit, go down, line up, represent, erect, tog, install, dress, assemble, prune, sic, dress up, execute, transcribe, come, habilitate, cut back, garnish, put in, crop, put together, range, consecrate, bring about, instal, decide, transpose, deploy, ensnare, coiffe, fit out, go under, conclude, project, resolve, piece, specify, countersink, agree, launch, tack, prescribe, coif, couch, apparel, synthesize, concert, gear up, behave, dispose, dress out, practice, exercise, planned, correct, effectuate, adapt, mark, lay, beautiful, cause, initialise, say, blend, order, enjoin, fructify, typeset, work out, provide, trim, ordinate, get along, coiffure, act, localise, tack together, stage, initialize, serve, invest, define, snip.

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