arrange (something) with

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arrange (something) with

1. To organize or plan something with another person. Did you arrange the luncheon with my mother? I know she really wanted to help plan it.
2. To organize or plan something to include a particular thing. My daughter loves horses, so we arranged her birthday party with pony rides.
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arrange something with someone or something

to prepare or plan something that will include someone or something. We arranged entertainment with clowns and a musician. I will arrange a fancy dinner with wine and cloth napkins. Paul arranged a meeting with the opposition.
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Financing for this 133,841 s/f retail building was arranged with Aegon USA Realty Advisors and was tailored to accommodate the unique nature of the transaction.
The loan was for $66 million and was arranged with a major Wall Street investment firm.