prearranged for learners of EnglishPowered by COBUILD (priːəreɪndʒd) also pre-arranged
adjective [ADJ n]
You use prearranged to indicate that something has been planned or arranged before the time when it actuallyhappens. ⇒ Working to a prearranged plan, he rang the First Secretary and requested an appointment with the Ambassador.
Ordinarysleepers were people sent abroad under deep cover until they were activated at a prearranged command.Shah, Idries KARA KUSHShe ignored the fact that it did indeed make sense, and continued her own prearranged performance.Loraine, Philip LAST SHOTBobbreathed three times into his walkie-talkie, the boys ' prearranged signal.Arden, William THE MYSTERY OF THE PURPLE PIRATE