organize (also organise) VERB 1) arrange systematically; order. 2) Brit. make arrangements or preparations for. 3) form (people) into a trade union or other political group.
DERIVATIVES organizer noun.
ORIGIN Latin organizare, from organum 'instrument, tool' .

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