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English-German translation for: [arrange]
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Dictionary English German: [arrange]

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English German
to dispose sth. [arrange]
641
etw. anordnen [in eine Ordnung bringen]
to arrange sth. [adapt, arrange, fix] [also mus.]
225
etw. einrichten [arrangieren] [auch Mus.]
to engineer sth. [skilfully arrange]
117
etw. ausführen [arrangieren, in die Wege leiten]
to organize sth. [put in order; arrange for sth.]
113
etw.Akk. einrichten [organisieren, herrichten, arrangieren]
to fix sth. [set, arrange, e.g. a meeting]
99
etw.Akk. anberaumen [bes. amtsspr.]
to fix sth. [arrange, agree on]
92
etw. vereinbaren [gemeinsam festlegen]
gastr. to serve sth. [put on plates, arrange etc.]
85
etw. anrichten
to contrive sth. [manage, arrange]
79
etw. einrichten [bewerkstelligen]
to order [arrange, put in order]
57
ordnen
to fix sth. [arrange, e.g. a date]
46
etw.Akk. abmachen [vereinbaren, z. B. einen Termin]
to huddle [Br.] [to arrange carelessly]
39
hudeln [südd.] [österr.]
sports to seed sb./sth. [arrange the draw of tournament]
19
jdn./etw. setzen [für eine Turnierauslosung einstufen]
to organise sth. [Br.] [arrange in an ordered way]
11
etw. anordnen [in eine Ordnung bringen]
to seat sb. [arrange for sb. to sit somewhere]
7
jdn. platzieren [einen Sitzplatz zuweisen]
to randomize sth. [arrange randomly]etw.Akk. zufällig anordnen
2 Words
to lay out sth. [arrange]etw.Akk. planen
to see to sth. [look after, arrange for]für etw.Akk. sorgen
to set out sth. [arrange]etw.Akk. arrangieren
to set up [arrange, contrive]einrichten
to sort sth. out [arrange]etw.Akk. anordnen [sortieren]
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