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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.

organizer

(ˈɔːɡəˌnaɪzə) or

organiser

n
1. a person who organizes or is capable of organizing
2. a container with a number of compartments for storage: hanging organizers to keep your clothes smart.
3. (Genetics) embryol any part of an embryo or any substance produced by it that induces specialization of undifferentiated cells

or•gan•iz•er

(ˈɔr gəˌnaɪ zər)

n.
1. a person who organizes.
2. a person who enlists employees into membership in a union.
3. a file folder or other container with multiple compartments for sorting the contents.
4. any part of an embryo that stimulates the development and differentiation of another part.
[1840–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.organizer - a person who brings order and organization to an enterpriseorganizer - a person who brings order and organization to an enterprise; "she was the organizer of the meeting"
coordinator - someone whose task is to see that work goes harmoniously
systematiser, systematizer, systemiser, systemizer, systematist, orderer - an organizer who puts things in order; "Aristotle was a great orderer of ideas"
thinker - someone who exercises the mind (usually in an effort to reach a decision)
2.organizer - someone who enlists workers to join a unionorganizer - someone who enlists workers to join a union
union representative - a representative for a labor union
3.organizer - a lightweight consumer electronic device that looks like a hand-held computer but instead performs specific tasksorganizer - a lightweight consumer electronic device that looks like a hand-held computer but instead performs specific tasks; can serve as a diary or a personal database or a telephone or an alarm clock etc.
electronic device - a device that accomplishes its purpose electronically

organizer

noun planner, manager, administrator, supervisor, superintendent, overseer the organizers of the event
Translations
arrangørorganisator
organisateuragenda électronique
megszervezőszervező
skipuleggjandi
organizátor
organizator
düzenleyiciorganizatör

organizer

[ˈɔːgənaɪzəʳ] Norganizador(a) m/f

organizer

[ˈɔːrgənaɪzər] n [event, activity] → organisateur/trice m/f
to be a good organizer → être un bon organisateur or une bonne organisatrice

organizer

n
Organisator(in) m(f), → Veranstalter(in) m(f); (of sports event)Ausrichter(in) m(f)

organizer

[ˈɔːgəˌnaɪzəʳ] norganizzatore/trice

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.
References in classic literature ?
To this section belong economists, philanthropists, humanitarians, improvers of the condition of the working class, organisers of charity, members of societies for the prevention of cruelty to animals, temperance fanatics, hole-and-corner reformers of every imaginable kind.
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