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Oxford dictionary definition of the word array:
1an impressive display or range of a particular type of thing:
there is a vast array of literature on the topic
a bewildering array of choices
2an ordered arrangement, in particular:
an arrangement of troops.
Mathematics an arrangement of quantities or symbols in rows and columns; a matrix.
Computing an indexed set of related elements.
3 [mass noun] literary elaborate or beautiful clothing:
he was clothed in fine array
4 Law a list of jurors impanelled.
1 [with object and adverbial of place] display or arrange (things) in a particular way:
the manifesto immediately divided the forces arrayed against him
2 [with object] (usually be arrayed in) dress someone in (the clothes specified):
they were arrayed in Hungarian national dress
3 [with object] Law impanel (a jury).
Middle English (in the senses ‘preparedness’ and ‘place in readiness’): from Old French arei (noun), areer (verb), based on Latin ad- ‘towards’ + a Germanic base meaning ‘prepare’