[awr-kuh-streyt] /ˈɔr kəˌstreɪt/
verb (used with or without object), orchestrated, orchestrating.
to compose or arrange (music) for performance by an .
to arrange or manipulate, especially by means of clever or thorough planning or maneuvering:
to orchestrate a profitable trade agreement.
to score or arrange (a piece of music) for orchestra
to arrange, organize, or build up for special or maximum effect
“to compose or arrange (music) for an orchestra,” 1855, back-formation from orchestration. The figurative sense is attested from 1883. Related: Orchestrated; orchestrating.
/ˌɔːkɪsˈtriːnə/ noun 1. any of various types of mechanical musical instrument designed to imitate the sound of an orchestra
[awr-kes-tree-uh n] /ɔrˈkɛs tri ən/ noun 1. a mechanical musical instrument, resembling a barrel organ but more elaborate, for producing the effect of an orchestra.
orchialgia or·chi·al·gi·a (ôr’kē-āl’jē-ə, -jə) n. Testicular pain. Also called didymalgia, testalgia.
1. variant of .