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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishorganizedor‧gan‧ized (also organised British English) /ˈɔːɡənaɪzd $ ˈɔːr-/ ●●○ S3 adjective  1 involving people working together in an effective and well-planned way opp disorganized Organized groups of citizens are more successful at changing the government’s mind. Organized networks of thieves are stealing cattle.organized religion (=a religion that has lasted for a long time with leaders and many followers)2 well/badly/carefully etc organized3 achieving your aims in a way that is effective, ordered, and sensible It will take me a few days to get organized.
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organizeda well-organized companyIn order to do this job well, you have to be very organized.Be that as it may, the North East had organized capital, organized labour and until 1920 was growing apace.Anti-war dissent erupted into organized demonstrations several times in the Johnson administration.Tonight after supper we want to have a more organized discussion.Bernstein was convinced that an organized effort had been made to conceal the facts of the case.My son just started playing organized hockey this year.What has then happened is a class division, of a stable and organized kind, within cultural production.Evolution soon enabled some cells to take in, as food, highly organized matter, such as other life-forms.It had no adversary or coalition relationship with similarly organized parties.Barbara's a very organized person.organized religionToday we take organized travel for granted but Cook's approach was revolutionary.organized religionNo regimental control of organized religion.Since then, I went on quests that had nothing to do with organized religion.He told me once that to his mind organized religion destroyed moral and spiritual values.Until relatively recently, organized religion has left environmental protection to environmental activists, concerned scientists and political figures.Yet organized religion is already as remote from Alice's or Henry's life as paganism or human sacrifice.But he insisted that organized religion needed to meet the challenge of social unrest and moral decay.get organizedHow, for example, did these people get organized?This ability therefore, can remain undeveloped or it can even be lost before it gets organized.They are simply the skills you need to get organized and accomplish something.I'll need at least thirty minutes to get organized for the presentation.For example, trying to get organized or to clarify your situation when you are at your wits' end may not work.She hoped that Jay Jones had trouble getting organized today.
From Longman Business Dictionaryorganizedor‧gan‧ized /ˈɔːgənaɪzdˈɔːr-/ (also organised British English) adjective working in an effective, ordered, and sensible wayYou need to be more organized.an organized appointments systema well-organized campaign
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