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re·ar·range

 (rē′ə-rānj′)
tr.v. re·ar·ranged, re·ar·rang·ing, re·ar·rang·es
To change the arrangement of.

re′ar·range′ment n.

rearrange

(ˌriːəˈreɪndʒ)
vb (tr)
1. to put (something) into a new order: to rearrange the lighting.
2. to put (something) back in its original order after it has been displaced
3. to fix a new date or time for (something postponed): to rearrange a match.
ˌrearˈranger n
ˌrearˈrangement n

rearrange


Past participle: rearranged
Gerund: rearranging

Imperative
rearrange
rearrange
Present
I rearrange
you rearrange
he/she/it rearranges
we rearrange
you rearrange
they rearrange
Preterite
I rearranged
you rearranged
he/she/it rearranged
we rearranged
you rearranged
they rearranged
Present Continuous
I am rearranging
you are rearranging
he/she/it is rearranging
we are rearranging
you are rearranging
they are rearranging
Present Perfect
I have rearranged
you have rearranged
he/she/it has rearranged
we have rearranged
you have rearranged
they have rearranged
Past Continuous
I was rearranging
you were rearranging
he/she/it was rearranging
we were rearranging
you were rearranging
they were rearranging
Past Perfect
I had rearranged
you had rearranged
he/she/it had rearranged
we had rearranged
you had rearranged
they had rearranged
Future
I will rearrange
you will rearrange
he/she/it will rearrange
we will rearrange
you will rearrange
they will rearrange
Future Perfect
I will have rearranged
you will have rearranged
he/she/it will have rearranged
we will have rearranged
you will have rearranged
they will have rearranged
Future Continuous
I will be rearranging
you will be rearranging
he/she/it will be rearranging
we will be rearranging
you will be rearranging
they will be rearranging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been rearranging
you have been rearranging
he/she/it has been rearranging
we have been rearranging
you have been rearranging
they have been rearranging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been rearranging
you will have been rearranging
he/she/it will have been rearranging
we will have been rearranging
you will have been rearranging
they will have been rearranging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been rearranging
you had been rearranging
he/she/it had been rearranging
we had been rearranging
you had been rearranging
they had been rearranging
Conditional
I would rearrange
you would rearrange
he/she/it would rearrange
we would rearrange
you would rearrange
they would rearrange
Past Conditional
I would have rearranged
you would have rearranged
he/she/it would have rearranged
we would have rearranged
you would have rearranged
they would have rearranged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.rearrange - put into a new order or arrangement; "Please rearrange these files"; "rearrange the furniture in my room"
recode - put into a different code; rearrange mentally; "People recode and restructure information in order to remember it"
reshuffle - reorganize and assign posts to different people; "The new Prime Minister reshuffled his cabinet"
arrange, set up - put into a proper or systematic order; "arrange the books on the shelves in chronological order"

rearrange

verb
1. reorganize, regroup, move round, reposition, change round, switch round A waiter was rapidly rearranging tables for the big group.
2. reschedule, alter, adjust, reshuffle, reorganize, reorder, rejig You may cancel or rearrange the appointment.
Translations
يُعيد تَرْتيب
nově uspořádat
flytte om på
átrendez
endurskipuleggja
perstatytipertvarkymaspertvarkyti
pārkārtot, sakārtot citādi

rearrange

[ˈriːəˈreɪndʒ] VT [+ meeting, appointment] → cambiar de fecha/hora; [+ furniture] → cambiar de sitio

rearrange

[ˌriːəˈreɪndʒ] vt
[+ furniture, tables] → réarranger
[+ appointment, meeting] (= change date of) → changer la date de (= change time of) → changer l'heure de
The meeting on 31 October has been rearranged for 30 January
BUT La réunion du 31 octobre a été reportée au 30 janvier.rear-view mirror rearview mirror [ˌrɪərvjuːˈmɪrər] n [vehicle] → rétroviseur mrear-wheel drive [ˌrɪərhwiːlˈdraɪv] npropulsion f arrière

rearrange

vt furniture, systemumstellen; plans also, layout, formation, order, ideasändern; appointment, meetingneu abmachen

rearrange

[ˌriːəˈreɪndʒ] vt (objects) → ridisporre, riordinare; (appointment) → fissare di nuovo

rearrange

(riːəˈreindʒ) verb
to change the position of; to arrange differently. We'll rearrange the chairs.
ˌreaˈrrangement noun
References in classic literature ?
Ay tank it blow purty soon purty hard," he said, and then he began rearranging the few dishes upon the little table.
Cardiff Blues are now in communication with PRO14 and Benetton Rugby regarding rearranging the fixture, and we will put a statement out in due course.
Tanya Hunt added: "Well done Flint Town Council for rearranging the date.
Abiding to CBK principles and rules of rearranging contract terms of clients' consumer and instalment financing, KFH announces its maximum readiness to respond to these rules that will contribute to revitalising the market as most individuals' finances are consumer finances.
FNA dispatches from the region said on Saturday that the army was rearranging its formations from defensive to offensive in Al-Ramouseh and Jamiet Al-Zahra districts in Aleppo city.
An anagram is a word formed by rearranging the letters of another word.
Wisdom for separated parents; rearranging around the children to keep kinship strong.
The two papers would be held after the examination, so the applications for rearranging the papers may be given after at the end of all papers.
The papers of July 29, 30 would be held after the rest of the examination is over, so the applications for rearranging the papers may be given after the rest of examination is rescheduled, papers are resumed and the superintendent staffs becomes available at their respective centers.
The possibility of rearranging last Saturday's postponed trip to Tyldesley was out of the question with the Lancashire club already committed to play on what was originally a league free date.
If we have another week or two with games being called off, then it's going to be really difficult for everyone to get their games in," said Keogh, whose side faces five games in ten days after rearranging two postponed cup ties.