|part of speech:
||orchestrated, orchestrates, orchestrating
||to write or arrange (music) to be played by an orchestra.
- similar words:
- arrange, score
||to arrange, manage, or coordinate (several events, actions, or the like) to produce a desired result.
The president orchestrated several diversions so that he could leave town unnoticed.
||direct, negotiate, supervise
||orchestration (n.), orchestrator (n.)