make arrangements

This page is about the collocation make arrangements

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to arrange all aspects of an event such as a wedding, funeral, meeting, conference, etc.

For example

  • Who'll be making all the arrangements for the wedding?

  • Most of the arrangements for the funeral have already been made.

Note:
A related collocation is "make plans (for)"

Quick Quiz

Making arrangements for an office party involves

a. hiring some party-goers

b. having fun at the party

c. ordering food and drinks

Contributor: Matt Errey