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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.
The more we tried to 'organise' it the less it seemed to happen.
However, I haven't bothered with some of the more squirrely stuff like "organise" or the double-L vs single-L words.
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.
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".
They had some tea and buttered scones in a cheaper cafe, where Nellie tried to "organise" another waitress.
They have made a commonplace of the word "organise"; the alien word is "vitalise."
"A stronger and clearer framework governing employer rights in workplaces or industries which unions wish to 'organise' is required to prevent unproductive demarcation disputes."
"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."