- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pre-arrange.
“Verizon Wireless pre-arranges fuel delivery to mobile units and generators to keep the network operating at full strength even if power is lost for an extended period of time.”
“Traditional India pre-arranges marriages which make courtship obsolete, and even falling in love.”
“I will ship these rims anywhere within North America, provided the buyer pre-arranges the shipping with a shipping company local to me and convenient.”
“Flexibility was important, he said, because "even though the state pre-arranges resources, we had to be adaptable.”
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