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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprearrangedpre‧ar‧ranged /ˌpriːəˈreɪndʒd◂/ adjective  PLANplanned or decided before At a prearranged signal, everyone stood up.prearrangement noun [uncountable]
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prearrangedFor the latter the symbols apparently comprised a sort of prearranged code.Once over, and dismounted, the three hundred of the assault party moved quickly into their prearranged positions.At a prearranged site, Ben and his party met a friendly agent who had prospective recruits in tow.There was speculation that the captives would be picked up by helicopter from a prearranged spot in the jungle.He would tell me when some one wanted to run and delivered him or her to a prearranged spot.The driver met us at the prearranged time.
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