WORD OF THE WEEK
ORGANIZE ( ORGANIZAR)
: 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
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
4: to arrange by systematic planning and united effort
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
EXAMPLES OF ORGANIZE
- They hired a professional to help organize their wedding.
- We are organizing a fund-raiser.
- His office is a mess. He needs someone to help him organize his work.
- I spent some time organizing my closet last weekend.
- You need to learn to organize better.
- She organized people to work for social justice.
- The players were organized into separate teams.
- He encouraged them to organize for social justice.
- The company has tried to prevent the workers from organizing.
RELATED TO ORGANIZE
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