To put in order
(Idiomatic) To be classified as; to fall under.
To establish is defined as to start, create or bring about something.
To prepare a body for burial.
(Music) To adapt (a composition) to other instruments or voices than those for which it was written, or to the style of a certain band or orchestra
To harvest and thresh with a combine
To make up; be the components or elements of; form; compose
Prepare is defined as to make ready, put together or provide with what is needed.
To plan in a deceitful way; plot
To express (a theory, plan, etc.) in a systematic way
To place in a certain order or arrangement
(Linguistics) To create (a word) by inflection or derivation.
To put together; put in proper order or form
To form into a system; arrange according to a system; make systematic
(Mil.) To correct (the gun sight, one's aim, etc.) in firing
To put in order
To control, direct, or govern according to a rule, principle, or system; specif., to impose a body of regulations on a particular industry, type of business, etc.
The definition of harmonize is to go well together, or to sing together in a pleasing way.
To arrange or dispose in a particular order, especially in rows or lines:
To cause to be able to survive and reproduce under certain conditions. Used in the passive:
To put into order; arrange as desired:
To provide a place or time for:
Straighten is to make something orderly or unwavy.
To undergo or effect changes in organization.
To make standard or uniform; cause to be without variations or irregularities
To put in order
To work into a certain form or shape; shape
(Archaic) To adapt, as to a purpose or an occasion.
To throw forward; hurl:
Design is defined as to prepare or plan something.
To lay the base of; set for support; base
To authorize is defined as to empower someone or to give the approval for something.
To form by the accumulation of materials or constituent parts; to build up; to erect.
To make ready for a specific purpose, as by altering or combining elements; prepare:
To make secure (in all the above senses).
To put in a particular status, position, or rank; install
To set in an upright position; raise
To put together.
(Intransitive, colloquial) To proceed (in a direction).
To manage or regulate the business or affairs of; be in charge of:
We institute your Grace / To be our regent in these parts of France.
To shorten (a metal tire) in the process of resetting it
To break apart the structure of, render physically unusable, or cause to cease to exist as a distinguishable physical entity:
To arrange or group in classes according to some system or principle
To give an order or orders; request that something be done or supplied.
To plan is defined as to develop a scheme or program to get something done.
To enter (something) in a catalog
To enter in an index.
To marshal is defined as to guide or assemble people - especially soldiers - into a specific place or specific order.
Start is defined as to begin, set out to appear or to move suddenly.
To destroy the organization, systematic arrangement, or unity of.
Jumble is defined as to confuse something or to mix something up.
To throw into confusion or disarray.
(Law) To set in order, as a jury, for the trial of a cause; that is, to call them one at a time.
(Mil.) To spread out (troops, etc.) so as to form a wider front
To separate from others:
To assemble, prepare, or put into active service:
To cause to come together; gather:
To come together for a common purpose:
To originate is to start something or cause something to start.
To be disposed of by sale:
To act in the role of mastermind.
To plan, manage, and bring about by skillful acts or contrivance:
To coordinate or arrange (something) so as to achieve (a desired result)
(Archaic) To plan or scheme for; to plot to obtain.
arrange by systematic planning and united effort
To devise (a scheme or plot).
To edify is defined as to instruct someone in way that enlightens them or uplifts them morally, spiritually or intellectually.
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