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prearrange

[pree-uh-reynj] /ˌpri əˈreɪndʒ/
verb (used with object), prearranged, prearranging.
1.
to arrange in advance or beforehand.
Origin
1805-1815
1805-15; pre- + arrange
Related forms
prearrangement, noun
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  • prearrange a family meeting place outside, so you can see that everyone is out of the house.
  • Each building official must prearrange for unit approval with the state building official to receive credit.
  • prearrange your pick-up or drop-off with one of these fully permitted companies and let them take care of your needs.
  • Application must be made and a license granted before the seller begins to prearrange funeral services.
  • Individuals are not required to prearrange a specific time to present their comments.
  • We will prearrange a telephone interview to discuss this questionnaire.
  • Distributors in the region often use cell phones to negotiate transactions and prearrange meetings with customers.
  • If arrival is by air on the late night flight, prearrange arrival with recreation area manager.
  • Distributors also use pagers to negotiate transactions and prearrange meetings with customers.
  • prearrange evacuation plans and make sure both student and staff are aware of them.

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