GalicianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old French arangier, arrangier (to put in a line, put in a row), from reng, rang, ranc (line, row, rank), from Frankish hring (ring), from Proto-Germanic *hringaz (something bent or curved), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)ker- (to bend, turn). Doublet of arranchar. Cognate with Portuguese arranjar, French arranger and English arrange.

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VerbEdit

arranxar (first-person singular present arranxo, first-person singular preterite arranxei, past participle arranxado)

  1. to straighten
  2. to adjust
  3. to fix
  4. to repair
  5. to arrange
  6. to mend
  7. to sort

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