To Arrange Something
To Collect Something, To Align Something
transitive verb, ichidan verb
Remember 揃う, "to be complete"? This is the transitive version of that, and it means things like to arrange something, to gather something, and to align something.
This one is a little tricky to understand and translate well. At its core, this verb describes the act of arranging all of the necessary things for something. But it can also describe aligning certain things in a uniform, matching manner. If this still isn't clear, have a careful look at our context sentences and collocations!
Since this word has okurigana (hiragana attached to the kanji) you know that it's probably going to be the kun'yomi reading. You already know this, so you're all good here!
Oh no, I forgot to arrange the documents for the meeting.
All my kitchen supplies are from the same manufacturer.
Everyone was saying in unison that he is not at fault.