Deutsch: Arrangement / Español: Arreglo / Português: Arranjo / Français: Arrangement / Italiano: Arrangiamento

The term arrangement may refer to the following:

  • the act, process, or result of arranging or being arranged
  • a musical composition that has been modified to be performed with different set of instruments, vocals or to otherwise sound differently from the original
  • an object or set of objects (such as flowers) that have been arranged in an aesthetically pleasing, or otherwise noteworthy manner
  • an agreement or plan, usually made in advance, between multiple parties regarding the circumstances of an event or undertaking
  • Vertex arrangement, in geometry, a set of points in space described by their relative positions
  • Sentence arrangement, refers to placement of words and emphasis within a sentence

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