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Meaning & Definition of Organize in English

English

Organize

/ɔrgənaɪz/

verb

1. Create (as an entity)

  • "Social groups form everywhere"
  • "They formed a company"
    synonym:
  • form
  • ,
  • organize
  • ,
  • organise

2. Cause to be structured or ordered or operating according to some principle or idea

    synonym:
  • organize
  • ,
  • organise

3. Plan and direct (a complex undertaking)

  • "He masterminded the robbery"
    synonym:
  • mastermind
  • ,
  • engineer
  • ,
  • direct
  • ,
  • organize
  • ,
  • organise
  • ,
  • orchestrate

4. Bring order and organization to

  • "Can you help me organize my files?"
    synonym:
  • organize
  • ,
  • organise
  • ,
  • coordinate

5. Arrange by systematic planning and united effort

  • "Machinate a plot"
  • "Organize a strike"
  • "Devise a plan to take over the director's office"
    synonym:
  • organize
  • ,
  • organise
  • ,
  • prepare
  • ,
  • devise
  • ,
  • get up
  • ,
  • machinate

6. Form or join a union

  • "The auto workers decided to unionize"
    synonym:
  • unionize
  • ,
  • unionise
  • ,
  • organize
  • ,
  • organise

Examples of using

I think that I should organize a little party.
I think it's time for me to organize a party.
She tried to persuade him to organize a boycott.