prearranged


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pre·ar·range

 (prē′ə-rānj′)
tr.v. pre·ar·ranged, pre·ar·rang·ing, pre·ar·rang·es
To arrange in advance.

pre′ar·range′ment n.

prearranged

(ˌpriːəˈreɪndʒd)
adj
having been arranged beforehand: a pre-arranged meeting.
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prearranged

adjective predetermined, set, agreed, settled, fixed, preplanned, decided beforehand, arranged in advance We met at a prearranged time.
Translations
يُرَتِّب سلفاً
předem dohodnutý
forudbestemt
elõre megbeszélt
fyrirfram ákveîinn
iš anksto sutartas
iepriekš sagatavots/norunāts
vopred dohodnutý
önceden düzenlenmiş

prearranged

[ˌpriːəˈreɪndʒd] ADJ [time, location, signal] → convenido; [meeting] → fijado

prearranged

pre-arranged [ˌpriːəˈreɪndʒd] adj [signal, plan, rendezvous] → convenu(e) à l'avance; [time, meeting] → fixé(e) à l'avance

prearranged

, pre-arranged
adj (= predetermined) meeting, signim Voraus verabredet; route, locationim Voraus bestimmt or festgelegt

prearranged

[ˌpriːəˈreɪndʒd] adjorganizzato/a in anticipo

prearranged

(priːəˈreindʒd) adjective
arranged or agreed previously. At a prearranged signal, they all rose to their feet.
References in classic literature ?
He was to undertake either by himself, or by a trustworthy representative--to receive at a prearranged address, on certain prearranged days in every year, a note from the Colonel, simply stating the fact that he was a living man at that date.
About a mile from the main camp we encountered their outposts and, as had been prearranged, accepted this as the signal to charge.
Immediately, as if the uplifting of the smoke had been prearranged, the discovered troops burst into a rasping yell, and a hundred flames jetted toward the retreating band.
At the bottom of the corridor which leads aloft from the lower chambers I whistled in accordance with the prearranged signal which was to announce to Perry and Ghak that I had been successful.
On the contrary," he said, in a querulous and angry tone that contrasted with his flattering words, "on the contrary, your excellency's participation in the common action is highly valued by His Majesty; but we think the present delay is depriving the splendid Russian troops and their commander of the laurels they have been accustomed to win in their battles," he concluded his evidently prearranged sentence.
Or could it be that there was a prearranged significance to such phrases as 'fly-paper' and hen-pheasant'?
Our parents were aware of our feelings, and were not sorry to perceive them, for they saw clearly that as they ripened they must lead at last to a marriage between us, a thing that seemed almost prearranged by the equality of our families and wealth.
A single shot before they emerged from the jungle had announced to those in camp as well as on the ship that the expedition had been too late--for it had been prearranged that when they came within a mile or two of camp one shot was to be fired to denote failure, or three for success, while two would have indicated that they had found no sign of either D'Arnot or his black captors.
They are here," said Celia, with whom this explanation had been long meditated and prearranged.
Hearing her move I might knock on the wall that separated us, this being a sign, prearranged between us, that I was near by, and so all was well, but sometimes the knocking seemed to belong to the past, and she would cry, 'That is my father chapping at the door, I maun rise and let him in.
At the end of the week, as had been prearranged, the telegraphers of Germany and the United States returned to their posts.
Our cab was awaiting us outside, and our programme was evidently prearranged, for the driver started off at once at a rapid pace.