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prearrange

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Etymology

From pre- + arrange.

Verb

Infinitive
to prearrange

Third person singular
prearranges

Simple past
prearranged

Past participle
prearranged

Present participle
prearranging

to prearrange (third-person singular simple present prearranges, present participle prearranging, simple past and past participle prearranged)
  1. To arrange in advance.

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