organize in French and example sentences

organize in French

Pronunciation
[organize (Amer.) ] v. organiser; arranger; aménager

Example Sentences

Although, perhaps it was a little early in the morning to organise a concert.
Mais peut-être était-il un peu matin pour organiser un concert.
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Being well-organised also helped her feel happier.
Etre bien organisée l’aidait aussi à se sentir plus heureuse.
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De-cluttering her room has helped her become more organised.
Le débarrassage de la chambre l’aidait à devenir plus organisée.
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I have not organized anything.
Je n’ai rien organisé.
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I have organized everything.
J’ai tout organisé.
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She apparently agrees to organize a committee meeting.
Elle serait d’accord pour organiser une réunion du comité.
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The Sahel is subject to threats such as terrorism and organized crime.
(Source: Voice of America)
Le Sahel est soumis à des menaces comme le terrorisme ou le crime organisé.
(Source: Voice of America)
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Under these conditions, how does one organize elections in February 2015?
(Source: Voice of America)
Dans ces conditions, comment organiser des élections en février 2015?
(Source: Voice of America)
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We even think of getting married, but we will organise the wedding only after choosing where to live – in my country or his?
Nous pensons même nous marrier, mais nous allons organiser le mariage après avoir choisi l’endroit où vivre – mon pays ou le sien?
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Amnesty International often organizes public protests in support of political prisoners.
Amnistie internationale organise souvent des manifestations en soutien aux prisonniers politiques.
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Ants have a well-organized society.
Les fourmis vivent au sein d'une société bien organisée.
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I am very good at appearing organised, although the reality is somewhat different.
Je suis très bon à paraître organisé, bien que la réalité soit quelque peu différente.
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I say quite deliberately that the Christian religion, as organized in its churches, has been and still is the principal enemy of moral progress in the world.
J'affirme, en pesant mes termes, que la religion chrétienne, telle qu'elle est établie dans ses églises, fut et demeure le principal ennemi du progrès moral dans le monde.
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I'd have loved to see you at the party I organised yesterday.
J'aurais aimé que tu sois venu à la fête que j'ai organisée hier.
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I'm organized.
Je suis organisé.
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I'm organizing a scavenger hunt for my son's thirteenth birthday party.
J'organise une chasse au trésor pour la fête du treizième anniversaire de mon fils.
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In the year 2000, the French health system had been selected by the WHO as the best performing in terms of dispensing and organizing healthcare.
En l'an 2000, le système de santé français avait été choisi par l'OMS comme le plus performant en termes de dispensation et d'organisation des soins de santé.
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Life is but a sophisticated way of organising matter.
La vie n'est qu'une forme d'organisation sophistiquée de la matière.
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Patricia will organize the tournament.
Patricia organisera le tournoi.
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She tried to persuade him to organize a boycott.
Elle tenta de le persuader d'organiser un boycott.
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Synonyms for organize
1. order: arrange, systematise, systematize, compose, combine, adjust, line up, regulate
2. establish: institute, constitute, synthesise, synthesize, construct, co-ordinate, prepare, dispose
3. combine: incorporate
Verb forms for organize
Present participle: organizing
Present: organize (3.person: organizes)
Past: organized
Future: will organize
Present conditional: would organize
Present Perfect: have organized (3.person: has organized)
Past Perfect: had organized
Future Perfect: will have organized
Past conditional: would have organized