Orchestrate

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Definition

to orchestrate: to organize, to plan, to put in place
verb

an orchestra: a group of (classical) musicians
noun

Examples

  • "Brian Jones, 32, special assistant to CEO Bruno Delavigne, has been accused of orchestrating an international spy ring within the heart of the perfume giant."
  • "Hannah : An orchestra?"
  • "Susie and Philip really deserve a little credit for putting this together, all I did was mastermind and orchestrate the -"
  • "I think you mean to say that you were immediately captivated by the symphony's opening motif, and that the orchestra continued to provide a stunning interpretation of one of Beethoven's most popular works."
  • "I joined an orchestra."

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