rearranges, rearranging, rearranged1) VERB If you rearrange things, you change the way in which they are organized or ordered.
[V n] When she returned, she found Malcolm had rearranged all her furniture...
[V n] A waiter was rapidly rearranging tables for the big group.2) VERB If you rearrange a meeting or an appointment, you arrange for it to take place at a different time to that originally intended.
[V n] You may cancel or rearrange the appointment...
[V n] The meeting on 31 October is rearranged for 30 January.Syn:
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Rearrange — Re ar*range (r[=e] [a^]r*r[=a]nj ), v. t. To arrange again; to arrange in a different way. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
rearrange — index alter, convert (change use), disturb, edit, modify (alter), reapportion, reconstruct, redistribute … Law dictionary
rearrange — (v.) 1798, from RE (Cf. re ) back, again + ARRANGE (Cf. arrange). Related: Rearranged; rearranging … Etymology dictionary
rearrange — ► VERB ▪ arrange again in a different way. DERIVATIVES rearrangement noun … English terms dictionary
rearrange — [rē΄ə rānj′] vt. rearranged, rearranging 1. to arrange again 2. to arrange in a different manner … English World dictionary
Rearrange — Single infobox Name = Rearrange Artist = God Lives Underwater from Album = Life in the So Called Space Age Released = July 14, 1998 Format = CD Genre = Industrial rock, Techno, Rock Length = 10:55 Label = A M Producer = Gary Richards Last single … Wikipedia
Rearrange EP — Infobox Album Name = Rearrange EP Type = studio Artist = God Lives Underwater Released = 1998 Recorded = Genre = Industrial rock, Techno, Rock Length = 27:16 Label = A M Producer = Gary Richards Last album = Life in the So Called Space Age (1998) … Wikipedia
rearrange — UK [ˌriːəˈreɪndʒ] / US [ˌrɪəˈreɪndʒ] verb [transitive] Word forms rearrange : present tense I/you/we/they rearrange he/she/it rearranges present participle rearranging past tense rearranged past participle rearranged 1) to arrange people or… … English dictionary
rearrange — verb Rearrange is used with these nouns as the object: ↑furniture, ↑schedule … Collocations dictionary
rearrange — re|ar|range [ˌri:əˈreındʒ] v [T] 1.) to change the position or order of things ▪ She set about rearranging the furniture in the living room. 2.) to change the time of a meeting etc ▪ My secretary will phone to rearrange the appointment.… … Dictionary of contemporary English