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or·gan·ize

 (ôr′gə-nīz′)
v. or·gan·ized, or·gan·iz·ing, or·gan·iz·es
v.tr.
1.
a. To put in order; arrange in an orderly way: organized the papers into files; organized her thoughts before speaking.
b. To cause to have an orderly, functional, or coherent structure: organized the report around three main initiatives. See Synonyms at arrange.
c. To cause (oneself) to act or live in an orderly or planned way: has trouble in school because he can't get organized.
2.
a. To arrange or prepared for (an activity or event): organize a party; organize a strike.
b. To establish as an organization: organize a club. See Synonyms at establish.
3.
a. To induce (employees) to form or join a labor union.
b. To induce the employees of (a business or industry) to form or join a union: organize a factory.
v.intr.
1. To develop into or assume an orderly, functional, or coherent structure.
2. To form or join an activist group, especially a labor union.

[Middle English organisen, from Old French organiser, from Medieval Latin organizāre, from Latin organum, tool, instrument; see organ.]

or′gan·iz′er n.

organize

(ˈɔːɡəˌnaɪz) or

organise

vb
1. to form (parts or elements of something) into a structured whole; coordinate
2. (tr) to arrange methodically or in order
3. (tr) to provide with an organic structure
4. (tr) to enlist (the workers) of (a factory, concern, or industry) in a trade union
5. (intr) to join or form an organization or trade union
6. (tr) informal to put (oneself) in an alert and responsible frame of mind
[C15: from Medieval Latin organizare, from Latin organum organ]

or•gan•ize

(ˈɔr gəˌnaɪz)

v. -ized, -iz•ing. v.t.
1. to form as or into a whole consisting of interdependent or coordinated parts, esp. for united action: to organize a committee.
2. to systematize; order.
3. to give organic structure or character to.
4. to enlist or attempt to enlist into a labor union.
5. to enlist the employees of (a business) into a labor union.
6. to put (oneself) in a state of mental competence to perform a task.
v.i.
7. to combine in an organized company, party, or the like.
8. to form a labor union.
9. to assume organic structure.
[1375–1425]
or′gan•iz`a•ble, adj.

organize


Past participle: organized
Gerund: organizing

Imperative
organize
organize
Present
I organize
you organize
he/she/it organizes
we organize
you organize
they organize
Preterite
I organized
you organized
he/she/it organized
we organized
you organized
they organized
Present Continuous
I am organizing
you are organizing
he/she/it is organizing
we are organizing
you are organizing
they are organizing
Present Perfect
I have organized
you have organized
he/she/it has organized
we have organized
you have organized
they have organized
Past Continuous
I was organizing
you were organizing
he/she/it was organizing
we were organizing
you were organizing
they were organizing
Past Perfect
I had organized
you had organized
he/she/it had organized
we had organized
you had organized
they had organized
Future
I will organize
you will organize
he/she/it will organize
we will organize
you will organize
they will organize
Future Perfect
I will have organized
you will have organized
he/she/it will have organized
we will have organized
you will have organized
they will have organized
Future Continuous
I will be organizing
you will be organizing
he/she/it will be organizing
we will be organizing
you will be organizing
they will be organizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been organizing
you have been organizing
he/she/it has been organizing
we have been organizing
you have been organizing
they have been organizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been organizing
you will have been organizing
he/she/it will have been organizing
we will have been organizing
you will have been organizing
they will have been organizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been organizing
you had been organizing
he/she/it had been organizing
we had been organizing
you had been organizing
they had been organizing
Conditional
I would organize
you would organize
he/she/it would organize
we would organize
you would organize
they would organize
Past Conditional
I would have organized
you would have organized
he/she/it would have organized
we would have organized
you would have organized
they would have organized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.organize - create (as an entity); "social groups form everywhere"; "They formed a company"
create, make - make or cause to be or to become; "make a mess in one's office"; "create a furor"
regroup, reorganise, reorganize - organize anew, as after a setback
choose up - form sides, as for a game
draw up - form or arrange in order or formation, as of a body of soldiers
regiment - form (military personnel) into a regiment
syndicate - organize into or form a syndicate
2.organize - cause to be structured or ordered or operating according to some principle or idea
arrange, order, put, set up - arrange thoughts, ideas, temporal events; "arrange my schedule"; "set up one's life"; "I put these memories with those of bygone times"
rationalise, rationalize - structure and run according to rational or scientific principles in order to achieve desired results; "We rationalized the factory's production and raised profits"
territorialise, territorialize - organize as a territory
reorganize, shake up, reorganise - organize anew; "We must reorganize the company if we don't want to go under"
collectivise, collectivize - bring under collective control; of farms and industrial enterprises
handle, manage, care, deal - be in charge of, act on, or dispose of; "I can deal with this crew of workers"; "This blender can't handle nuts"; "She managed her parents' affairs after they got too old"
disorganise, disorganize - remove the organization from
3.organize - plan and direct (a complex undertaking)organize - plan and direct (a complex undertaking); "he masterminded the robbery"
plan - make plans for something; "He is planning a trip with his family"
choreograph - plan and oversee the development and details of; "The meeting between the two Presidents had been carefully choreographed"
4.organize - bring order and organization to; "Can you help me organize my files?"
structure - give a structure to; "I need to structure my days"
interlock, mesh - coordinate in such a way that all parts work together effectively
arrange, set up - put into a proper or systematic order; "arrange the books on the shelves in chronological order"
5.organize - arrange by systematic planning and united effortorganize - arrange by systematic planning and united effort; "machinate a plot"; "organize a strike"; "devise a plan to take over the director's office"
initiate, pioneer - take the lead or initiative in; participate in the development of; "This South African surgeon pioneered heart transplants"
put on, mount - prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance; "mount a theater production"; "mount an attack"; "mount a play"
lay - prepare or position for action or operation; "lay a fire"; "lay the foundation for a new health care plan"
set up - begin, or enable someone else to begin, a venture by providing the means, logistics, etc.; "set up an election"
sandwich - make into a sandwich
spatchcock - prepare for eating if or as if a spatchcock; "spatchcock a guinea hen"
embattle - prepare for battle or conflict
6.organize - form or join a union; "The auto workers decided to unionize"
join, fall in, get together - become part of; become a member of a group or organization; "He joined the Communist Party as a young man"

organize

verb
1. arrange, run, plan, form, prepare, establish, set up, shape, schedule, frame, look after, be responsible for, construct, constitute, devise, put together, take care of, see to (informal), get together, marshal, contrive, get going, coordinate, fix up, straighten out, lay the foundations of, lick into shape, jack up (N.Z. informal) We need someone to help organize our campaign.
arrange upset, confuse, disrupt

organize

verb
1. To put into a deliberate order:
2. To arrange in an orderly manner:
3. To assemble, prepare, or put into operation, as for war or a similar emergency:
4. To bring into existence formally:
Translations
organizovatorganizovat seroztříditsrovnatuspořádat
organiserearrangere
järjestääjärjestelläorganisoidasystematisoida
organizirati
megszervezorganizálrendezszervez
skipuleggjaskipuleggja í samtök, virkja
組織する
조직하다
gerai parengtasorganizavimasorganizuotai dirbantisorganizuotirengėjas
apvienotorganizētsagatavot
zorganizovať
organiziratipripraviti
organisera
จัดการ
düzenlemekkurmakorganize etmekörgütlemek
tổ chức
組織组织

organize

[ˈɔːgənaɪz]
A. VT
1. (= arrange) [+ event, activity] → organizar
they organized demonstrations against the closuresorganizaron manifestaciones en contra de los cierres
can you organize some food for us?¿puedes encargarte de nuestra comida?
I will organize transportyo me encargaré del transporte
2. (= put in order) she tried to organize her thoughtsintentó ordenar or poner en orden sus pensamientos
she organizes her time very welladministra muy bien su tiempose organiza muy bien (el tiempo)
she's always organizing peoplesiempre le está diciendo a la gente qué hacer
stop trying to organize my lifedeja de intentar organizar mi vida
to get (o.s.) organized; organize o.s.organizarse
3. (Ind) → sindicar, organizar en sindicatos
B. VI
1. (= make arrangements) → organizar
we have organized for every eventualitylo hemos organizado todo para cualquier eventualidad
he's organized for us to meet the directorlo ha organizado para que nos reunamos con el director
2. (Ind) → sindicarse

organize

[ˈɔːrgənaɪz] organise (British) vt [+ event, activity] → organiser
(= see to) [+ transport, refreshments] → s'occuper de
(= put in order) [+ material, papers] → classer
to get organized [person] → s'organiser

organize

vt
(= give structure to, systematize)ordnen; factsorganisieren, ordnen; timeeinteilen; workorganisieren, einteilen; essayaufbauen; one’s/sb’s lifeplanen; one’s thoughtsordnen; to get (oneself) organized (= get ready)alles vorbereiten; (to go out) → sich fertig machen; (for term, holiday etc) → sich vorbereiten; (= sort things out)seine Sachen in Ordnung bringen; (= sort out one’s life)ein geregeltes Leben anfangen; I’ll have to get better organizedich muss das alles besser organisieren; I’ll come as soon as I’ve got (myself) organizedich komme, sobald ich so weit bin; I’ve only just taken over the business, but as soon as I’ve got organized I’ll contact youich habe das Geschäft gerade erst übernommen, aber sobald alles (richtig) läuft, melde ich mich bei Ihnen; it took us quite a while to get organized in our new housewir haben eine ganze Zeit gebraucht, uns in unserem neuen Haus (richtig) einzurichten
(= arrange) party, meeting etcorganisieren; food, music for party etcsorgen für; sports eventorganisieren, ausrichten; (into teams, groups) → einteilen; to organize things so that …es so einrichten, dass …; they organized (it) for me to go to Londonsie haben meine Londonreise arrangiert; organizing committeeOrganisationskomitee nt
(Pol: = unionize) → organisieren
vi (Pol) → sich organisieren

organize

[ˈɔːgəˌnaɪz] vtorganizzare
to get organized → organizzarsi

organize,

organise

(ˈoːgənaiz) verb
1. to arrange or prepare (something), usually requiring some time or effort. They organized a conference.
2. to make into a society etc. He organized the workers into a trade union.
ˈorganizer, ˈorganiser noun
ˌorganiˈzation, ˌorganiˈsation noun
1. a group of people working together for a purpose. a business organization.
2. the act of organizing. Efficiency depends on the organization of one's work.
3. the state of being organized. This report lacks organization.
ˈorganized, ˈorganised adjective
1. efficient. She's a very organized person.
2. well-arranged. an organized report.
3. having been planned. an organized protest.

organize

يُنَظِّمُ organizovat organisere organisieren οργανώνω organizar järjestää organiser organizirati organizzare 組織する 조직하다 organiseren organisere zorganizować organizar организовывать organisera จัดการ organize etmek tổ chức 组织

or·ga·nize

v. organizar, disponer, arreglar.
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It was such a force as this that Jurgis had to organize.
They ought to either pave that village or organize a ferry.
He was especially interested in such humanitarian work, and had recently helped to organize the first Brazilian school for deaf-mutes at Rio de Janeiro.
Why,' said he, `does not the emperor, who has devised so many clever and efficient modes of improving the art of war, organize a regiment of lawyers, judges and legal practitioners, sending them in the hottest fire the enemy could maintain, and using them to save better men?
Let us organize our time, then, and distribute the employment of it
At once it occurred to Mills that this eccentric youngster was the very person for what the legitimist sympathizers had very much at heart just then: to organize a supply by sea of arms and ammunition to the Carlist detachments in the South.
An attempt was made to organize a debating club, but it was a failure.
These are the creators of Fashion, which is an attempt to organize beauty of behavior.
Sweet could not organize his market in that fashion.
They had soon, in this manner, placed twelve leagues between them and Vaux; they were then obliged to change horses, and organize a sort of post arrangement.
The task which lay before her was to organize a series of entertainments, the profits of which were to benefit the society, which drooped for want of funds.
It will take a month to collect and bring them hither and in the meantime the slaves within the city are to organize secretly, stealing and hiding arms against the day that the reinforcements arrive.

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