English - Vietnamese Dictionary
arrange /ə'reindʤ/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- sắp xếp, sắp đặt, sửa soạn
- arrange in alphabetical order: sắp xếp theo thứ tự abc
- to arrange a room: sửa soạn căn phòng
- to arrange one's hair: chải (vuốt) tóc cho gọn gàng tề chỉnh
- thu xếp; chuẩn bị
- to arrange a meeting: thu xếp cuộc gặp gỡ
- to arrange a marriage: thu xếp việc cưới xin
- dàn xếp, hoà giải (một cuộc cãi nhau...)
- cải biên, soạn lại
- to arrange a piece of music: cải biên một bản nhạc
- to arrange a play for broadcasting: soạn lại một vở kịch để phát thanh
- (quân sự) sắp xếp thành hàng ngũ chỉnh tề
- nội động từ
- thu xếp; chuẩn bị
- to arrange to come early: thu xếp để đến sớm
- dàn xếp, đồng ý, thoả thuận
- to arrange with somebody about something: dàn xếp với ai vấn đề gì; đồng ý với ai cái gì
- (quân sự) đứng thành hàng ngũ chỉnh tề
+put into a proper or systematic order
+make arrangements for
+plan, organize, and carry out (an event)
+set (printed matter) into a specific format
+adapt for performance in a different way
+arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events
Advanced English Dictionary
1 order, dispose, array, organize, sort (out), systematize, group, set up, rank, line up, align, form, position:
The teachers arranged the children according to height. The flowers were arranged in a vase so as to conceal the listening device.
2 settle, plan, set (up), organize, orchestrate, manipulate, choreograph; predetermine, decide, prepare, determine, prearrange, devise, bring about, contrive; fix it:
Everything has been arranged - you won't have to lift a finger. For a small fee I can arrange for you to win the first prize.
3 orchestrate, score, adapt:
Flemburgh has arranged music for some of the best-known modern composers.
+ verbCollocation Dictionary
1 to plan or organize sth in advance: [VN] The party was arranged quickly. + She arranged a loan with the bank. + Can I arrange an appointment for Monday? + We met at six, as arranged. + [V wh-] We've still got to arrange how to get to the airport. + [V] We arranged for a car to collect us from the airport. + I've arranged with the neighbours about feeding the cat while we are away. + [V to inf] Have you arranged to meet him? + [V that] I've arranged that we can borrow their car.
2 [VN] to put sth in a particular order; to make sth neat or attractive: The books are arranged alphabetically by author. + I must arrange my financial affairs and make a will. + She arranged the flowers in a vase.
3 [VN] ~ sth (for sth)(abbreviation arr.) to write or change a piece of music so that it is suitable for a particular instrument or voice: He arranged traditional folk songs for the piano.
1 plan/organize sth
easily | with difficulty
These things can be arranged with difficulty.
| hastily, hurriedly, quickly | secretly | specially
VERB + ARRANGE
try to | be able to, can/could
Todd will be able to arrange matters.
| be difficult/easy/possible to
These matters are easy to arrange.
I'd be very grateful if you could arrange for this work to be carried out.
2 put in order; make neat/attractive
Her red hair was carefully arranged and her face made up.
| alphabetically, chronologically, symmetrically, systematically
The books are arranged alphabetically by author.
She arranged the chairs in neat rows.
She took the list of visitors' names and arranged them into groups of four.
arrange sth in alphabetical/chronological order
The names are arranged in alphabetical order.
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