Synonyms of prepare in English:

prepare


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See Spanish definition of preparar

verb

1‘I want you to prepare a plan of action for me’

SYNONYMS
make ready, get ready, put together, draw up, produce, arrange, develop, assemble, construct, compose, edit, devise, work out, think up, conceive, formulate, concoct, fashion, work up, lay

2‘the meal was easy to prepare’

SYNONYMS
cook, make, get, put together, assemble, muster, dish up, concoct, blend, infuse, brew
British informal mash
Northern English mast
informal fix, rustle up
British informal knock up

3‘if you want peace, prepare for war’

SYNONYMS
get ready, make preparations, arrange things, make provision, get everything set, take the necessary steps, do the necessary, lay the groundwork, do the spadework, gear oneself up, gird up one's loins, fit oneself out, rig oneself out, provide, arm oneself
face up to
British kit oneself out
informal psych oneself up

4‘the top teams prepare for such an event all year’

SYNONYMS
train, get into shape, practise, exercise, warm up
get ready, get set

5‘we enable employees to prepare for exams’

SYNONYMS
study, work, do preparation, revise, do homework
British informal swot

6‘this course is written specifically to prepare students for these exams’

SYNONYMS
instruct, teach, educate, coach, train, tutor, inculcate, groom, discipline, drill, prime, brief, guide, direct, put in the picture

7‘you must prepare yourself for a shock’

SYNONYMS
brace, make ready, tense, steel, steady, buttress, strengthen, fortify
literary gird