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or‧gan‧i‧za‧tion S2 W1 also organisation British English
a group such as a club or business that has formed for a particular purpose:
The public expect high standards from any large organization.
the World Trade Organization
a voluntary organization which helps disabled people with their transport needs
an illegal terrorist organization
international organizations such as the UN
planning and arranging something so that it is successful or effective:
Putting on a show of this kind involves considerable organisation.
The college has helped Anne with the organization of the event.
the way in which the different parts of a system are arranged and work together
There needs to be a change in the organization of the health service.