- 1orchestrate something to arrange a piece of music in parts so that it can be played by an orchestra
- 2orchestrate something to organize a complicated plan or event very carefully or secretly synonym stage-manage a carefully orchestrated publicity campaign The group is accused of orchestrating violence at demonstrations.
NAmE//ˈɔrkəˌstreɪt//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they orchestrate
he / she / it orchestrates
past simple orchestrated
-ing form orchestrating
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NAmE//ˌɔrkəˈstreɪʃn//noun [countable, uncountable]