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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 ?
She rearranged her hair, combing and brushing it with unusual energy.
Men bolder than these had overthrown and rearranged -- not actually, but within the sphere of theory, which was their most real abode -- the whole system of ancient prejudice, wherewith was linked much of ancient principle.
The folds of the drapery, the fall of the curtains, had been arranged and rearranged, by Adolph and Rosa, with that nicety of eye which characterizes their race.
My duty dictated that I must see that she was comfortable, and so I glanced into her chariot and rearranged her silks and furs.
All the old constellations had gone from the sky, however: that slow movement which is imperceptible in a hundred human lifetimes, had long since rearranged them in unfamiliar groupings.
He was a model character for such a purpose--serious civil ceremonious curious stiff, stuffed with knowledge and convinced that, as lately rearranged, the German Empire places in the most striking light the highest of all the possibilities of the greatest of all the peoples.
Out of this hiding-place he drew that little cylinder of paper, pushed down the board, rearranged the carpet, blew out the candles, and walked straight into my arms as I stood waiting for him outside the window.
Then he got up, paddled about, rearranged the ballast bags on the floor, watched the clouds for a time, and turned over the maps on the locker.
The nineteen Horner girls all arose and made a polite curtsey, after which they resumed their seats and rearranged their robes properly.
Every time he was thus awakened he drove back the wolves with flying brands, replenished the fire, and rearranged the pine-knot on his hand.
The chambermaid rearranged it with a ready hand which showed that she was no beginner in the art of dressing hair.
The old lady took her place companionably on the couch; she ridiculed her "lazy child's" plain dress, without an ornament of any sort on it, with her best grace; she affectionately put her arm round Mercy's waist, and rearranged with her own hand the disordered locks of Mercy's hair--but the instant Mercy herself looked at her, Lady Janet's eyes discovered something supremely interesting in the familiar objects that surrounded her on the library walls.