English → English - organise

Pronunciation
[organise (Brit.) ] v. arrange, order, systematise; establish, set up; unite; coordinate something; orchestrate, manage; unionise, form a union; organise into a labor union (also organize)
v. put in order, organize, arrange; adjust, order; form, plan, advance; align, code; compose, construct; line, run, stage
adj. organized, fixed, methodical

English → Spanish - organise

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[organise (Brit.) ] v. organizar, ordenar, poner en orden, sistematizar; establecer, formar; unificar

English → French - organise

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ORGANISER

English → German - organise

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Brit.) ] v. organisieren, systematisieren; aufbauen, errichten; zusammenbringen

English → Indonesian - organise

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v. menyelenggarakan, mengorganisasikan, mengorganisasi, mengorganisir, mengadakan, mempersiapkan, mengusahakan, memperusahakan, mengatur

English → Italian - organise

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[organise (Brit.) ] v. organizzare

English → Portuguese - organise

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[organise (Brit.) ] v. organizar, ordenar, arrumar, sistematizar; estabelecer; unificar

English → Russian - organise

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(v) организовать

English → Turkish - organise

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f., İng., bak. organize.

French → English - organise

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[organisé] adj. organized, fixed, methodical

English → Greek - organise

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(Lex**) οργανώστε

Definition of organise

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Verb
1. Cause to be structured or ordered or operating according to some principle or idea.
2. Form or join a union.
The auto workers decided to unionize.
3. Create (as an entity).
Social groups form everywhere.
They formed a company.
4. Arrange by systematic planning and united effort.
Machinate a plot.
Organize a strike.
Devise a plan to take over the director's office.
5. Plan and direct (a complex undertaking).
6. Bring order and organization to.
Can you help me organize my files?.
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