English - Vietnamese Dictionary
organize /'ɔ:gənaiz/ (organise) /'ɔ:gənaiz/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- tổ chức, cấu tạo, thiết lập
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) lập thành nghiệp đoàn, đưa vào nghiệp đoàn
- nội động từ
- (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) thành lập nghiệp đoàn, gia nhập nghiệp đoàn
organizes|organized|organizing'ɔrgənaɪz /'ɔːg-Thesaurus Dictionary
+create (as an entity)
+cause to be structured or ordered or operating according to some principle or idea
+plan and direct (a complex undertaking)
+bring order and organization to
+arrange by systematic planning and united effort
+form or join a union
Advanced English Dictionary
1 structure, coordinate, systematize, systemize, order, arrange, sort (out), classify, categorize, codify, catalogue, group, tabulate, pigeon-hole, standardize:
These files ought to be organized so that you can find something when you need it.
2 form, found, set up, establish, institute, start, begin, create, originate, initiate, put together, build, develop, US pull together:
In 1969, we organized a company to publish reference books.
(BrE also organise) + verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [VN] to arrange for sth to happen or to be provided: to organize a meeting / party / trip + I'll invite people if you can organize food and drinks.
2 [VN] to arrange sth or the parts of sth into a particular order or structure: Modern computers can organize large amounts of data very quickly. + You should try and organize your time better. + We do not fully understand how the brain is organized.
3 [VN] ~ yourself / sb to plan your/sb's work and activities in an efficient way: I'm sure you don't need me to organize you.
4 ~ sb (into sth) to form a group of people with a shared aim especially a union or political party: [VN] the right of workers to organize themselves into unions [also V]
See also - DISORGANIZED
organizer, organiser noun: the organizers of the festival
See also - PERSONAL ORGANIZER
effectively, efficiently, properly, successfully, well | badly, poorly | carefully, neatly | locally, nationally | centrally | jointly
They organized the festival jointly with the French cultural service.
| separately | independently, privately | formally
VERB + ORGANIZE
seek to, try to | help (to) | be able to | manage to | fail to | learn (how) to | be difficult to | be easy to, be possible to
We need to organize the work according to the availability and skills of each volunteer.
We're organizing the evening around a Japanese theme.
It was difficult to organize the men into teams.
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