verb as in put in an order
verb as in make plans, often involving agreement
“There’s no precedent for vaccines to be stored at that low of a temperature,” says Soumi Saha, a pharmacist and director of advocacy at Premier, which arranges healthcare purchases for hospitals, nursing homes, and other providers.
We start by flipping a coin on each state, arranged in increasing order of distance from toss-up.
The structure of the embryo emerges as the nuclei and other cellular materials gradually arrange themselves within this mass.
The flight comes after El Al was grounded because of the coronavirus pandemic, with the airline needing to arrange a financing plan to resume full operations.
The funds, which were arranged by the Historic Preservation Fund, will go toward renovations that help to preserve consequential structures on campuses located throughout 12 states.
Many hold classes in their living rooms, asking students to help re-arrange and then later put back furniture.
After everyone has had their fill, we thank them for their time and arrange our next meeting.
He is expected to tell the court that Dewani had paid him $900 to arrange a fake carjacking from which his wife would not emerge.
Hotels arrange accommodations around a shared courtyard, as the traditional Moroccan architecture of the riad mandates.
We arrange ourselves in a circle on metal foldout chairs and a futon.
We 37 were very much pleased at this, for our people also needed to arm themselves and arrange the pavesade.
You had better go to the Villa Lambert and arrange for taking up our quarters there, if you like the place.
Once satisfied that it was just and honourable, and it was comparatively child's work to arrange the modus operandi.
What a waste of time to attempt to re-arrange it in order to learn it more easily.
"Warn the men, and arrange tanks and chutes accordingly; for Harvey Cheyne is in a hurry, a hurry—hurry," sang the wires.
On this page you'll find 259 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to arrange, such as: file, form, organize, align, array, and class.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.