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or·ches·trate

 (ôr′kĭ-strāt′)
tr.v. or·ches·trat·ed, or·ches·trat·ing, or·ches·trates
1. To compose or arrange (music) for performance by an orchestra.
2. To arrange or control the elements of, as to achieve a desired overall effect: orchestrated a successful political campaign.

or′ches·tra′tor n.

orchestrate

(ˈɔːkɪˌstreɪt)
vb (tr)
1. (Classical Music) to score or arrange (a piece of music) for orchestra
2. to arrange, organize, or build up for special or maximum effect
ˌorchesˈtration n
ˈorchesˌtrator n

or•ches•trate

(ˈɔr kəˌstreɪt)

v.t. -trat•ed, -trat•ing.
1. to compose or arrange (music) for orchestra.
2. to arrange, coordinate, or manipulate the elements of to achieve a goal or effect: to orchestrate negotiations.
[1875–80; < French orchestr(er) (derivative of orchestre orchestra) + -ate1]
or`ches•tra′tion, n.
or′ches•tra`tor, or′ches•trat`er, n.

orchestrate


Past participle: orchestrated
Gerund: orchestrating

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Present Perfect
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Past Continuous
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Conditional
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.orchestrate - write an orchestra score for
euphony, music - any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds; "he fell asleep to the music of the wind chimes"
score - write a musical score for
2.orchestrate - plan and direct (a complex undertaking)orchestrate - plan and direct (a complex undertaking); "he masterminded the robbery"
plan - make plans for something; "He is planning a trip with his family"
choreograph - plan and oversee the development and details of; "The meeting between the two Presidents had been carefully choreographed"

orchestrate

verb
1. organize, plan, run, set up, arrange, be responsible for, put together, see to (informal), marshal, coordinate, concert, stage-manage The colonel orchestrated the rebellion from inside his army jail.
2. score, set, arrange, adapt He was orchestrating the first act of his opera.

orchestrate

verb
To combine and adapt in order to attain a particular effect:
Translations
järjestääorganisoida

orchestrate

[ˈɔːkɪstreɪt] VT
1. (Mus) → orquestar
2. (fig) [+ rebellion] → tramar; [+ campaign] → organizar

orchestrate

[ˈɔːrkɪstreɪt] vt
(= organize) [+ event, situation] → orchestrer
[+ music] → orchestrer

orchestrate

orchestrate

[ˈɔːkɪsˌtreɪt] vt (Mus) (fig) → orchestrare
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