arrangeverb

  • ja整える、整理しり、配置する
  • ento plan or organize something (meeting, party, trip, etc.)

Examples

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2:10 / --:--
Mute
1.
There. Now they're locked in.
2.
Arrange your affairs.
3.
The heist begins in 5 minutes.
4.
Five minutes? But this whole thing was so last second!
5.
I don't even have any plans or supplies!
PLAY
6:07 / --:--
Mute
1.
Now, if only I knew her schedule, I could arrange a chance encounter.
2.
That's great, Ted.
3.
You'll be the most casual stalker ever.
PLAY
2:40 / --:--
Mute
1.
I'm friendly with them.
2.
If you would like to be on the show,
3.
or would like to hang out with them, I can arrange that.
4.
You're going to hook me up with a Kardashian?
5.
If you'd like that.
6.
Wow.
7.
I bet they would be thrilled.
PLAY
0:54 / --:--
Mute
1.
Tori had spent most of the pumpkin season alongside Zach,
2.
when a coworker informed her that Zach found her cute but didn't think she'd go for him.
3.
"It's nice having Tori around on the farm, she's working for my mom and dad.
4.
Give her a reason to come down here more often and then we can hang out later."
5.
Tori proved him wrong by arranging a date.
6.
She told People,
7.
"Our first date lasted 5 hours, and we've been together ever since."