- To arrange in an orderly way.To organize files.
- To make into a whole with unified and coherent relationships.To organize an essay.
- To make plans or arrange for.To organize a campaign.
To organize a corporation.
Organized the report around three main initiatives.
Has trouble in school because he can't get organized.
Organize a party; organize a strike.
Organize a club.
Filing business paperwork in alphabetical order is an example of a way to organize.
Organized the papers into files; organized her thoughts before speaking.
Organize a factory.
Origin of organize
- Middle English organisen from Old French organiser from Medieval Latin organizāre from Latin organum tool, instrument organ
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition