ORGANIZE

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ORGANIZE ( ORGANIZAR)

verb or·ga·nize \ˈȯr-gə-ˌnīz\


: to arrange and plan (an event or activity)

: to arrange or order things so that they can be found or used easily and quickly : to put things into a particular arrangement or order

: to gather (people) into a group that will work on something together

FULL DEFINITION OF ORGANIZE

transitive verb

1: to cause to develop an organic structure


2: to form into a coherent unity or functioning whole : integrate <trying toorganize her thoughts>


3a : to set up an administrative structure for

b : to persuade to associate in an organization; especially : unionize


4: to arrange by systematic planning and united effort


intransitive verb

1: to undergo physical or organic organization


2: to arrange elements into a whole of interdependent parts


3: to form an organization; specifically : to form or persuade workers to join a union

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EXAMPLES OF ORGANIZE

  1. They hired a professional to help organize their wedding.
  2. We are organizing a fund-raiser.
  3. His office is a mess. He needs someone to help him organize his work.
  4. I spent some time organizing my closet last weekend.
  5. You need to learn to organize better.
  6. She organized people to work for social justice.
  7. The players were organized into separate teams.
  8. He encouraged them to organize for social justice.
  9. The company has tried to prevent the workers from organizing.
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