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arrange (German)

Part of speech: Verb

Hyphenation:
ar | ran | gie | ren, simple past: ar | ran | gier | te, participle II: ar | ran | giert
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [aʁãˈʒiːʀən], simple past: [aʁãˈʒiːɐ̯tə], participle II: [aʁãˈʒiːɐ̯t]
Word meaning / definition:
1) transitive: arrange in a certain way
2) music: edit a piece of music
3) agree, organize
4) reflexive: to give in
Synonyms:
1) arrange
3) agree, set up, thread
Application examples:
1) I'll make the tables and chairs like that arrangeso that all guests can see the bride and groom.
2) The string sections must be brand new arranged become.
3) The marriage of the young Indian woman had her parents arranged.
4) I have to deal with the situation somehow arrange.
Typical word combinations:
3) Appointment, meeting, marriage
Derived words:
arranger
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. arrange; you arrange; he she it arranged
Simple past: I. arranged
Participle II: arranged
Subjunctive II: i arranged
Imperative: singular arrange (e)!; Plural arranged!
Auxiliary verb: to have

Translations


Similar terms:
1) get involved

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

German car companies are among the largest investors in Hungary - and arrange remarkably well with the state.
Spiegel Online, October 11, 2018

Technicians worked all day to get the power outage in Köpenick under control. The human arrange yourself.
Berliner Morgenpost, February 21, 2019

For five days around 7,000 people in Kreuztal have been without running water. The water should not run again until the end of next week. The human arrange yourself.
WDR.de, October 07, 2018

Hamburg, Stuttgart, Frankfurt: In three German cities, diesel owners have to deal with driving bans arrange or set up on it. Should there be much more, restrictions for motorists could increase significantly.
Finanztreff.de, September 16, 2018

But Federal Finance Minister Olaf Scholz obviously wants a marriage between Commerzbank and Deutsche Bank arrange - before the European elections, it is said in the press. Scholz officially denies this. Is it all just hot air?
boerse.ARD.de, February 8, 2019

The singers arrange deal with the hygiene concept. The events remain canceled.
Saarbrücker Zeitung, 3rd August 2020

Shoshana Zuboff receives the Axel Springer Award. She is a researcher with whom one gets along very well in the publishing house arrange can.
TAZ, November 08, 2019

The Germans arrange with the vacation at home - and thus bring the hotels in Switzerland and Austria into trouble. And: How to eat in our countries.
Die Zeit, May 13th 2020

How startups deal with the crisis situation arrange and be able to take advantage of opportunities. What makes working from home more pleasant. And what the Protonet founder is doing today.
Gründerszene, March 27, 2020

It is far too mild: According to Meteo Schweiz, December 2019 was the third warmest since 1864. The wild animals do not care for the most part - they arrange yourself.
Bernerzeitung.ch, January 16, 2020

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Grammar / conjugations

Arrange Inflection - The conjugation of the verb arrange

It is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haben.
 1st person singular2nd person singular3rd person singular1st person plural2nd person plural3rd person plural
Present indicativei arrangeyou arrangehe / she / it arrangeswe arrangeyou arrangearrange them
Present Subjunctive I.i arrangeyou arrangehe / she / it is arrangingwe arrangeyou arrangearrange them
Past tense indicativeI arrangedyou arrangehe / she / it arrangedwe arrangedyou arrangedthey arranged
Past tense subjunctive III arrangedyou arrangedhe / she / it arrangedwe arrangedyou arrangedthey arranged
Perfect indicativeI have arrangedyou arrangedhe / she / it has arrangedwe have arrangedyou arrangedthey have arranged
Perfect subjunctive I.I have arrangedyou arrangedhe / she / it arrangedwe have arrangedyou have arrangedthey have arranged
Past perfect indicativeI had arrangedyou had arrangedhe / she / it had arrangedwe had arrangedyou had arrangedthey had arranged
Past perfect subjunctive III would have arrangedyou would have arrangedhe / she / it would have arrangedwe would have arrangedyou would have arrangedthey would have arranged
Future I indicativei will arrangeyou will arrangehe / she / it will arrangewe will arrangeyou will arrangethey will arrange
Future tense I subjunctivei will arrangeyou will arrangehe / she / it will arrangewe will arrangeyou will arrangethey will arrange
Future tense I subjunctive IIi would arrangeyou would arrangehe / she / it would arrangewe would arrangeyou would arrangethey would arrange
Future tense II indicativeI will have arrangedyou will have arrangedhe / she / it will have arrangedwe will have arrangedyou will have arrangedthey will have arranged
Future tense II subjunctive II will have arrangedyou will have arrangedhe / she / it will have arrangedwe will have arrangedyou will have arrangedthey will have arranged
Future II subjunctive III would have arrangedyou would have arrangedhe / she / it would have arrangedwe would have arrangedyou would have arrangedthey would have arranged

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • invest: trans. create or create something; trans. to add something; refl. to mess with someone: to start an argument; trans. invest; intrans., shipping: a ship berths: it arrives at the port and is moored; trans. put on a piece of clothing; intrans., firearm: aiming at a target with a firearm
  • arrange: put something in a certain order or distribution; give an order, order
  • build up: build a structure; found and develop an institution, organization or similar; give someone psychological help; lean on something; refl. stand up; refl. to pile up
  • line up
  • put up: straighten something up; to put something in a place; to order someone to a place; form, form; propose for an election; develop something; Northern German making nonsense, making nonsense
  • set up: trans. in the combination of setting it up: arranging it, making it possible; make it work; prepare, decorate, furnish the home environment or any other place where one is staying; refl. prepare for something, expect something; start something, create something new
  • shape: give shape or concept to an object or process; often impersonal, shaping oneself: happening in reality
  • structure: divide something into individual, sometimes hierarchically ordered units for the sake of clarity; reflexive: to be divided into individual sections
  • organize: trans. to put something in a certain order or distribution; Clarify the situation
  • shunting: Move vehicles, especially railway wagons, put them in a certain order or remove a wagon from a train; take or be assigned a place within a group
  • realize: make a plan a reality, put it into practice; Translate economy into real value; become aware of something
  • serialize
  • structure: to bring something into a certain, suitable, form (structure) following rules; reflexively subdivide, subdivide; Provide textile science with patterns in a slightly raised surface
  • systematize: create a system, create; bring into a system
  • put together: put something in a common place; To arrange something under a certain aspect in such a way that something new, uniform and self-consistent emerges
  • to merge (main form)
  • merge: to associate with someone or something; Economy: to unite (for example corporations); Physics: merge
  • combine: trans. connect / link something mentally, create mental connections (by reasoning) between different things; trans. put something together with something else
  • connect: Cover medicine with a bandage, put a bandage on it; unite into a structure or bring into a close relationship; reflexive: to unite (for things or people), to enter into a relationship, chemically also: to enter into a chemical connection; Transferring a caller on the phone to another party
  • unite: lead to common ground; reflexively team up
  • unite: trans., refl .: lead to a whole
  • merge: trans., have: to combine something with something else to create something new; trans., to be: becoming something new through the process
  • bring together: bring two people together, unite them into a couple; accumulate a desired number / sum; being able to create a (technical, mechanical) task in everyday language; Colloquially be able to remember in detail
  • put together: trans. make a whole out of parts; refl. becoming a whole from parts
  • fold: merge something that is in separate places / is in one place; reduce / fold something that is in an expanded state to a smaller extent; donate money together to finance something with it; let your hands touch
  • hold off: to prevent someone from doing something, to keep someone away from something; to do something; (Hold an outdoor toddler with a bare pod to urinate) above the floor
  • wind up
  • to shape: trans. to give something shape or form; trans. affect a person's character; refl. get a different shape or form
  • shape: give shape or concept to an object or process; often impersonal, shaping oneself: happening in reality
  • to prepare the way for (a cause)
  • initiate: refl. something is indicated; trans. make something happen
  • get on the way (go.)
  • thread: transitive: to lead a thread through the eye of a needle; insert something thread-like, tape-shaped into an opening provided; transitive, colloquial: initiate something cunningly, prepare the way for something in a skilful way; Transportation, reflexive: change lanes in flowing traffic, queue up in a line of cars; Sports, skiing, colloquially: getting stuck with a ski on one of the two gate poles and thus not passing the gate correctly (especially during slalom)
  • stielen (coll.)
  • to launch
  • to organize: prepare systematically; join together, join together; Colloquially: get something in a not entirely correct way; Medicine: remodeling and resorbing diseased tissue
  • to prepare: adapting something, someone or yourself to a foresight or future expectation; change it so that it has a positive effect on the expected events
  • arrange: put something in a certain order or distribution; give an order, order
  • format: EDP: Data carriers (hard disk, USB stick, flash memory etc.) are provided with a data format (NTFS, FAT). 1a) the deletion of the data carrier content; to bring something into a certain form; design according to the template
  • put in a (certain) format
  • adjust
  • put together: put something in a common place; To arrange something under a certain aspect in such a way that something new, uniform and self-consistent emerges
  • to put (something) in scene
  • make (something) look as if (...)
  • to pose (scene, accident ...)
  • fake: faking something for a specific reason, knowingly falsifying something
  • stage: prepare a stage performance; put to work skillfully

Another word (synonym) for arrange - source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "arrange":

check: new German, youth language: take care of, arrange, manage, enforce 5) new German, youth language: clarify, discuss Origin of the term: from English: check - check, control

aranžovat: Part of Speech: Verb Hyphenation: a | ran | žo | vat Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈaranʒɔvat] Word meaning / Definition: 1) arrange, set up Synonyms: 1) organizovat, pořádat, připravovat, upravovat, vyzdobovat German translations: 1) arrange , set up English: 1) arrange

կազմակերպել:… Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [kazmakɛɹpɛl] Word meaning / Definition: 1) organize 2) arrange Synonyms: ստեղծագործել (stegh'tsagortsel): invent, create ...

adattare: (Music) to arrange Derived words: adattarsi Translations German: 1) to fit, to fit; 2) adjust, align; 3) park, move; 4) edit; 5) arrange

arrangiare:…; voi auxiliary verb: avere / essere hyphenation: ar | ran | gia | re Word meaning / definition: 1) to arrange 2) colloquial: to make up 3) irony: show someone, it ...


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