英 [ə’reɪndʒmənt] 美 [ə’reɪndʒmənt] n. 布置；安排；约定；商议；改编曲
arrangement 高中必修500 全国卷频次:1 教材出处:译林版必修B3U3
n. arrangements 0
As far as I know, everyone is happy about this new arrangement of things.
arrangement for 对…的安排
institutional arrangement 制度安排；制序安排；机构安排
flower arrangement 插花，鲜花装饰
course arrangement 课程安排
general arrangement 总布置
spatial arrangement n. 空间布置，空间排列
floral arrangement 花卉摆设；插花艺术
comprehensive arrangement 统筹安排
financial arrangement 财务安排
arrangement plan 布置图；配置图
financing arrangement 财务安排；融通资金安排
make arrangement for 为……做好准备；为……做好安排
parallel arrangement 并联装置（电路）；平行排列
previous arrangement 前次安排
security arrangement 安全措施；保障安排
ar·range·ment / E5reindVmEnt /
1. [C, usually pl.] ~ (for sth) a plan or preparation that you make so that sth can happen
I’ll make arrangements for you to be met at the airport.
2. [C, usually pl.] the way things are done or organized
She’s happy with her unusual living arrangements.
new security arrangements
There are special arrangements for people working overseas.
3. [C, U] ~ (with sb) (to do sth) an agreement that you make with sb that you can both accept
an arrangement between the school and the parents
We can come to an arrangement over the price.
They had an arrangement that the children would spend ten weeks with each parent.
You can cash cheques here by prior arrangement with the bank.
4. [C, U] a group of things that are organized or placed in a particular order or position; the act of placing things in a particular order
plans of the possible seating arrangements
the art of flower arrangement
5. [C, U] a piece of music that has been changed, for example for another instrument to play
1 PLAN 计划 [countable usually plural] plans and preparations that you must make so that something can happen 安排，筹划，准备
Have you made all your travel arrangements?
I’ve agreed to help with arrangements for the party.
The family made arrangements for his body to be flown back.
2 AGREEMENT 协议 [countable, uncountable] something that has been organized or agreed on 议定之事，协定 SYN agreement
An arrangement between the two couples ensured there was always someone to look after the children.
The school has an arrangement with local businesses.
an arrangement to do something
Maxine cancelled our arrangement to meet.
come to an/some arrangement (with somebody) (=make an agreement that is acceptable to everyone) （与某人）达成协议
It would usually cost $500, but I’m sure we can come to some kind of arrangement.
Pets are permitted at the resort by prior arrangement.
3 WAY STH IS ORGANIZED 安排某事的方式 [countable usually plural] the way in which something is organized 安排方式，布置
The airport is currently reviewing its security arrangements.
4 POSITION 位置 [countable, uncountable] a group of things that are put in a particular position, or the process of doing this 排列，布置
the traditional arrangement of desks in rows
a beautiful flower arrangement
5 MUSIC 音乐 [countable] a piece of music that has been written or changed for a particular instrument 编曲；改编曲
a piano arrangement of an old folk song
1.N-COUNT 可数名词安排；准备；筹划 Arrangements are plans and preparations which you make so that something will happen or be possible.
The staff is working frantically on final arrangements for the summit…
She telephoned Ellen, but made no arrangements to see her.
2.N-COUNT 可数名词商定；约定；协议 An arrangement is an agreement that you make with someone to do something.
【搭配模式】：also by N
The caves can be visited only by prior arrangement…
Her class teacher made a special arrangement to discuss her progress at school once a month.
3.N-COUNT 可数名词排列；布置；整理 An arrangement of things, for example flowers or furniture, is a group of them displayed in a particular way.
The house was always decorated with imaginative flower arrangements.
…an arrangement of dark-blue armchairs around a coffee table.
4.N-COUNT 可数名词（乐曲的）改编 If someone makes an arrangement of a piece of music, they change it so that it is suitable for particular voices or instruments, or for a particular performance.
【搭配模式】：usu with supp
…an arrangement of a well-known piece by Mozart…
Glen Bronka wrote his own orchestral arrangements.
: the way that things or people are organized for a particular purpose or activity : the way that things or people are arranged整理；布置；排列
[noncount] They changed the arrangement of furniture in the room.
the dictionary’s alphabetical arrangement [=ordering] of words
the collection and arrangement of data
[count] a chronological arrangement of historical events
We tried several different arrangements of the parts/components/elements.
Having my brother and his wife living nearby was an ideal arrangement for our family.
The family had very unusual living arrangements.
“What were your sleeping arrangements?” “I slept on the bed while he slept on the floor.”
We’ll have to change the seating arrangements for the dinner party.
: something that is done to prepare or plan for something in the future安排；筹备
[count] — usually plural通常用复数
She has her secretary handle all of her travel arrangements.
He helped his mother with his father’s funeral arrangements.
— often used with make常与make连用
The city made special arrangements [=preparations] for the Queen’s visit.
All of the arrangements have been made in advance.
They made arrangements to meet each other at the restaurant.
We provide breakfast and dinner, but you make your own arrangements for lunch.
[noncount] Her job includes arrangement of her boss’s travel plans.
[count] : a usually informal agreement（通常非正式的）约定，协议
There was an unusual political arrangement between the two countries.
I’m sure we can come to some arrangement.
— often + with
Our band has an arrangement with the club’s manager.
The company made an arrangement with the college to supply all of its computers.
[count] : something made by putting things together and organizing them布置好的东西
a flower/floral arrangement = an arrangement of flowers
[count] music : a piece of music that has been changed so that it can be performed by particular types of voices or instruments改编曲
an arrangement for the guitar
a rock arrangement of an old blues song