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  1. or·gan·ize
    IPA[ˈôrɡəˌnīz]
  2. verb

  3. Variation

    • v.: verb: organize, 3rd person present: organizes, gerund or present participle: organizing, past tense: organized, past participle: organized

    • verb

      arrange systematically; order:

      coordinate the activities of (a person or group) efficiently:

    • adjective

      arranged in a systematic way, especially on a large scale:

      having one's affairs in order so as to deal with them efficiently:

    • adjective

      arranged or structured in a systematic way:

      able to plan one's activities efficiently:

    • noun

      a structured system of faith or worship, especially one followed by a large number of people, such as Christianity, Islam, or Judaism:
    • noun

      workers joined through membership of trade unions:
    • noun

      criminal activities that are planned and controlled by powerful groups and carried out on a large scale:
    • adjective

      lacking structure or organization:
    • noun

      criminal activities that are planned and controlled by powerful groups and carried out on a large scale:
    • adjective

      having or showing good organization:
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