- the adaptation of a composition to voices or instruments, or to a new purpose.
- a piece so adapted.
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Idioms for arrangement
OTHER WORDS FROM arrangementre·ar·range·ment, noun
Example sentences from the Web for arrangement
This arrangement with Rochester, which is also part of the International League, should feel very similar to that.Nationals have a new Class AAA affiliate in Rochester Red Wings|Jesse Dougherty|November 19, 2020|Washington Post
They are making their own arrangements with pharmaceutical companies instead.
That arrangement eventually allowed Smith to become a billionaire himself.A dodgy deal helped make him a billionaire. It worked, until now.|Peter Whoriskey, Yeganeh Torbati, Keith L. Alexander|November 9, 2020|Washington Post
The lack of any criminal complaint may suggest Individual X is already incarcerated and may have agreed to turn over the Bitcoin as part of a cooperation arrangement with authorities.Feds seize $1 billion in Bitcoin from mystery man ‘X’|Jeff|November 5, 2020|Fortune
I was also able to handle my grief and be helpful to my family during the painful but necessary arrangements that had to be made before and after her departure.
And there was some significant rearrangement at the top of the list, and some movement at the bottom, too.
The poisonous property is lost in the general rearrangement which takes place during hydrolysis.Some Constituents of the Poison Ivy Plant: (Rhus Toxicodendron)|William Anderson Syme
Blake found it necessary to make a kind of work-desk in his section, and accordingly had a thorough rearrangement.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
But now a rearrangement of the circumstances, apart from the finger-print, began to throw a new light on the matter.The Grell Mystery|Frank Froest
The culmination of this rearrangement of the political atoms of society was the War for Independence of 1776.Virginia Under Charles I And Cromwell, 1625-1660|Wilcomb E. Washburn
In the granite it consists of various stages of change in form, attended by some chemical rearrangement.