organize definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To put together into an orderly, functional, structured whole.
    • To arrange in a coherent type; systematize: organized her thoughts before talking.
    • To Set Up in a desired structure or construction: "The painting is arranged about a young reaper appreciating their noonday rest” ( William Carlos Williams).
    • to set up methodically for harmonious or united activity: organize a strike. See Synonyms at arrange.
    • to ascertain as a business: arrange a club. See Synonyms at found1.
    • To induce (employees) to make or join a labor union.
    • To cause the staff of (a small business or an industry) to make or join a union: organize a factory.
    • To furnish with body organs; to provide a natural structure to; to endow with capacity for the features of life; ; -- within good sense utilized mainly previously participle.
    • to prepare or represent in components, each having a unique function, work, workplace, or relation; to systematize; to find yourself in working purchase; -- put on products regarding the human being intellect, or even to human being organizations and undertakings, as a science, a government, an army, a war, etc.
    • To sing-in components.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to build up into or believe a natural framework.
    • to create or join an activist team, particularly a labor union.
  • verb:
    • To arrange in working order.
    • To constitute in parts, each having a special function, work, office, or relation; to systematize.
    • To provide with body organs; to provide a natural framework to; to endow with convenience of the functions of life; as, an organized being; organized matter; — within good sense used mainly before participle.
    • To sing in components.
    • make (as an entity)
    • type or join a union
    • reason to be structured or purchased or operating relating to some concept or idea
    • bring purchase and company to
    • plan and direct (a complex task)
    • arrange by organized preparation and united work
  • others:
    • To make natural; provide an organic structure to; construct or modify to be able to display or subserve important processes: frequently in the past participle.
    • In general, to form into a whole consisting of interdependent parts; coördinate the parts of; systematize; arrange according to a uniform plan or for a given purpose; provide with a definite structure or constitution; order.
    • In music, to sing or arrange in parts: because, to prepare the halleluiah.
    • Synonyms To constitute, construct.
    • To assume an organic framework or a certain development or constitution, as many people; become coördinated or methodically arranged or ordered.
    • additionally spelled organise.
    • to prepare; program; prepare.

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