Organize - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈɔːrɡənaɪz|  American pronunciation of the word organize
Brit.  |ˈɔːɡ(ə)nʌɪz|  British pronunciation of the word organize

verb

- create (as an entity) (syn: form, organise)
- cause to be structured or ordered or operating according to some principle or idea (syn: organise)
- plan and direct (a complex undertaking) (syn: direct, engineer, mastermind, orchestrate, organise)
- bring order and organization to(syn: coordinate, organise)
- arrange by systematic planning and united effort(syn: devise, machinate, organise, prepare)
- form or join a union (syn: organise, unionise, unionize)

Examples

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.

We must finally organize our files properly.

I can organize myself okay enough.

I'll get you organized in no time.

Organize yourself to arrive at places on time.

The scientists need to organize themselves and work as a team.

The workers have the right to organize themselves into unions.

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: organize
he/she/it: organizes
present participle: organizing
past tense: organized
past participle: organized
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