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VERB 安排；准备；筹划 If you arrange an event or meeting, you make plans for it to happen.
She arranged an appointment for Friday afternoon at four-fifteen...
This time it was a friend ringing to try to arrange a fishing trip in Scotland...
VERB 商定；谈妥 If you arrange with someone to do something, you make plans with them to do it.
I've arranged to see him on Friday morning...
It was arranged that the party would gather for lunch in the Royal Garden Hotel...
VERB 安排；准备 If you arrange something for someone, you make it possible for them to have it or to do it.
I will arrange for someone to take you round...
The hotel manager will arrange for a babysitter...
VERB 排列；布置；整理 If you arrange things somewhere, you place them in a particular position, usually in order to make them look attractive or tidy.
When she has a little spare time she enjoys arranging dried flowers...
He started to arrange the books in piles...
VERB 改编（乐曲） If a piece of music is arranged by someone, it is changed or adapted so that it is suitable for particular instruments or voices, or for a particular performance.
The songs were arranged by another well-known bass player, Ron Carter.