or‧gan‧ized S3 also organised British English
involving people working together in an effective and well planned way [≠ 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)
arranged or ordered well, badly, carefully etc:
a carefully organized campaign
I want to work with a well organized team.
a highly organized (=well organized) social system
achieving your aims in an effective, ordered, and sensible way:
It will take me a few days to get organized.