to arrange beforehand
transitive verbpre·ar·ranged, pre·ar·rang·ing, pre·ar·rang·es
To arrange in advance.
(third-person singular simple present prearranges, present participle prearranging, simple past and past participle prearranged)
- To arrange in advance.
- I would like to prearrange a hire car to be waiting for me at the airport when I arrive next week.
pre- +"Ž arrange