Definition of arrangement:
- A piece so adapted; a transcription; as, a pianoforte arrangement of Beethoven's symphonies; an orchestral arrangement of a song, an opera, or the like.
- Preparatory proceeding or measure; preparation; as, we have made arrangement for receiving company.
- Settlement; adjustment by agreement; as, the parties have made an arrangement between themselves concerning their disputes; a satisfactory arrangement.
- The act of arranging or putting in an orderly condition; the state of being arranged or put in order; disposition in suitable form.
- The adaptation of a composition to voices or instruments for which it was not originally written.
- The manner or result of arranging; system of parts disposed in due order; regular and systematic classification; as, arrangement of one's dress; the Linnaean arrangement of plants.
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order (part of speech: noun)
- promise (part of speech: noun)
structure (part of speech: noun)
- preparation (part of speech: noun)
- music (part of speech: noun)
agreement (part of speech: noun)
- situation (part of speech: noun)
- plan (part of speech: noun)
sequence (part of speech: noun)
I soon found, however, that the worthy Sabz Ali did not at all approve of the arrangement.- "A Holiday in the Happy Valley with Pen and Pencil", T. R. Swinburne.
" I've been giving some thought to your payment arrangement.- "Super Man and the Bug Out", Cory Doctorow.
" Yes, we've got a little arrangement of that sort with March here," said Fulkerson.- "A Hazard of New Fortunes", William Dean Howells.