prearrange

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Etymology[edit]

pre- +‎ arrange

Verb[edit]

prearrange (third-person singular simple present prearranges, present participle prearranging, simple past and past participle prearranged)

  1. To arrange in advance.
    I would like to prearrange a hire car to be waiting for me at the airport when I arrive next week.