organized

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adjective or·ga·nized \ˈȯr-gə-ˌnīzd\

Definition of organized

  1. 1 :  having a formal organization to coordinate and carry out activities organized baseball organized crime

  2. 2 :  affiliated by membership in an organization (such as a union) organized steelworkers

Examples of organized in a Sentence

  1. They ran a well-organized political campaign.

  2. She's a very organized person.

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First Known Use of organized

1817




ORGANIZED Defined for English Language Learners

organized

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adjective

Definition of organized for English Language Learners

  • : arranged into a formal group with leaders and with rules for doing or planning things

  • : arranged into or belonging to a labor union

  • : arranged or planned in a particular way



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