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  • v. Alternative spelling of organize.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. Same as organize.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. plan and direct (a complex undertaking)
  • v. cause to be structured or ordered or operating according to some principle or idea
  • v. arrange by systematic planning and united effort
  • v. form or join a union
  • v. create (as an entity)
  • v. bring order and organization to


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  • To this day, the library continues to lend books in English, organise educational activities such as story-telling and children's plays, and offer a place where artists can display their works. Recent Updates

  • The more we tried to 'organise' it the less it seemed to happen.

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  • However, I haven't bothered with some of the more squirrely stuff like "organise" or the double-L vs single-L words.

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  • That particular imbroglio brings speedily to mind the words 'organise', 'piss up' and 'brewery' so the idea of a post-Independence Scotland having the ability to organise a Navy is just a 'fall about laughing' matter.

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  • If I ever get round to buying my first home, that's the first room I want to 'organise'.


  • When I saw the word "organise" in the description, I knew the creator was British because he used "s" instead of "z" we Americans write "organize".

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  • They had some tea and buttered scones in a cheaper cafe, where Nellie tried to "organise" another waitress.

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  • They have made a commonplace of the word "organise"; the alien word is "vitalise."

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  • "A stronger and clearer framework governing employer rights in workplaces or industries which unions wish to 'organise' is required to prevent unproductive demarcation disputes."

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  • "It may not be possible for every hospital - and it's not always practical in an emergency - but there should at the very least be regional centres where such treatment can be obtained - it shouldn't be the struggle to organise which is currently is."

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