Definition of Prearrange
to arrange or put something in place beforehand
Examples of Prearrange in a sentence
The lawyer called the other attorney’s office to prearrange a meeting for next Thursday.
A travel agent was hired to prearrange the engaged couple’s honeymoon and put all of the future plans in order.
The tour manager tried to prearrange a concert in Atlanta for September, but he couldn’t book a hall that far in advance.
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