in bloom. British Dictionary definitions for arrangement arrangement noun the act of arranging or being arranged the form in which things are arrangedhe altered the arrangement of furniturein the room a thing composed of various ordered parts; the result of arranginga flower arrangement (often plural). He had made an arrangement with Barclay. We have something for all your important holiday events and occasions. She took better care of it and was more careful with the arrangement of her hair. Her act of abandonment was really an arrangement for settling her son permanently in life. To put in some sort of order. King agreed to this arrangement but did not reveal it to his followers. Related formsrearrangement, noun m Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Random House, Inc. Document of concurrence, contract agreements noun.
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They changed the arrangement of furniture in the room.The collection and arrangement of data.A chronological arrangement of historical events.
2007, owner of the Philadelphia Evening Telegraph 2003, historical Examples" from arranger" warburton. S just perfect Word Origin and History for arrangement. The manner or way psykose symptomer in which things are arranged. A tactful arrangement of the seating at dinner.
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