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1. Functioning in an orderly way or according to a plan: an organized charity event that raised a lot of money.
2. Affiliated in an organization, especially a union: organized labor.
3. Having the ability to plan and accomplish things in an orderly fashion: Because the moderator was organized, the meeting went quickly.
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(ˈɔːɡəˌnaɪzd) or


1. planned and controlled on a large scale and involving many people: organized crime.
2. orderly and efficient: a highly organized campaign.
3. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) (of the workers in a factory or office) belonging to a trade union: organized labour.
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(ˈɔr gəˌnaɪzd)

1. affiliated with an organization, esp. a union: organized labor.
2. having an organization or structure for directing widespread activities: organized crime.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.organized - formed into a structured or coherent whole
structured - having definite and highly organized structure; "a structured environment"
unorganised, unorganized - not having or belonging to a structured whole; "unorganized territories lack a formal government"
2.organized - methodical and efficient in arrangement or function; "how well organized she is"; "his life was almost too organized"
systematic - characterized by order and planning; "the investigation was very systematic"; "a systematic administrator"
disorganised, disorganized - lacking order or methodical arrangement or function; "a disorganized enterprise"; "a thousand pages of muddy and disorganized prose"; "she was too disorganized to be an agreeable roommate"
3.organized - being a member of or formed into a labor unionorganized - being a member of or formed into a labor union; "organized labor"; "unionized workers"; "a unionized shop"
union - of trade unions; "the union movement"; "union negotiations"; "a union-shop clause in the contract"
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adjective methodical, ordered, efficient, disciplined, precise, neat, tidy, systematic, orderly, meticulous, businesslike Such people are very organized and excellent time managers.
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[ˈɔːgənaizd] ADJ
1. (= methodical) [person] → organizado
it was organized chaosera un caos organizado or ordenado
2. (= planned) [crime, event, tour] → organizado
3. (Ind) organized labourtrabajadores mpl or obreros mpl sindicados
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[ˈɔːrgənaɪzd] organised (British) adj
[group, activity] → organisé(e) organized religion
[person] → organisé(e)organized chaos nchaos m organiséorganized crime ncrime m organiséorganized labour nmain-d'œuvre f syndiquéeorganized religion nreligion f organisée
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(Sci) → organisch
(= structured, systematized)organisiert; lifegeregelt; he isn’t very organizedbei ihm geht alles drunter und drüber (inf); you have to be organizeddu musst planvoll or systematisch or mit System vorgehen; as far as his work/social life is concerned, he’s well organizedwas seine Arbeit/sein gesellschaftliches Leben angeht, so läuft bei ihm alles sehr geregelt ab; he’s well organized (in new flat etc) → er ist bestens eingerichtet; (= well-prepared)er ist gut vorbereitet
(Pol: = unionized) → organisiert
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[ˈɔːgəˌnaɪzd] adjorganizzato/a
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(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.
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Chicago was the industrial center of the country, and nowhere else were the unions so strong; but their organizations did the workers little good, for the employers were organized, also; and so the strikes generally failed, and as fast as the unions were broken up the men were coming over to the Socialists.
"The Black Hundreds* are being organized in the United States," he said.
"But is not the moon habitable for creatures differently organized from ourselves?"
de Heuglin, the Austrian vice-consul at Karthoum, has just organized a very important expedition, the first aim of which is to search for the traveller Vogel, who, in 1853, was sent into the Soudan to associate himself with the labors of Dr.
It took action quickly and organized the "American Speaking-Telephone Company," with $300,000 capital, and with three electrical inventors, Edison, Gray, and Dolbear, on its staff.
For a generation the general strike had been the dream of organized labour, which dream had arisen originally in the mind of Debs, one of the great labour leaders of thirty years before.
Did they grasp that we in our millions were organized, disciplined, working together?
And then he found himself with a surplus of gold, deposited in the two newly organized banks; and he was promptly besieged by men and groups of men to enlist his capital in their enterprises.
If I were a natural philosopher, I would tell him that if less of caloric were set in motion upon the planets which are nearest to the sun, and more, on the contrary, upon those which are farthest removed from it, this simple fact would alone suffice to equalize the heat, and to render the temperature of those worlds supportable by beings organized like ourselves.
And this was due, I believe, first, to habit; and second, to the fact that they were less sensitively organized. I really believe that a finely- organized, high-strung man would suffer twice and thrice as much as they from a like injury.
Civil power, properly organized and exerted, is capable of diffusing its force to a very great extent; and can, in a manner, reproduce itself in every part of a great empire by a judicious arrangement of subordinate institutions.
As regards action, he ought above all things to keep his men well organized and drilled, to follow incessantly the chase, by which he accustoms his body to hardships, and learns something of the nature of localities, and gets to find out how the mountains rise, how the valleys open out, how the plains lie, and to understand the nature of rivers and marshes, and in all this to take the greatest care.

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