Use the adjective configured to describe something that's organized in a very specific way, for a particular use. A classroom, for example, is configured for play and learning.
A modern zoo is configured so that animals have plenty of room to move around, and a baker's ideal kitchen is configured with space for kneading and rolling dough. When something's configured, it's arranged or set up to serve a purpose. The word comes from the verb configure, which is rooted in the Latin configurare, "to fashion after a pattern," from the stems con, "together," and figurare, "to shape."
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