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Definition of "organisation" []

  • The act of organizing or the state of being organized (noun)
  • An organized structure or whole (noun)
  • A business or administrative concern united and constructed for a particular end (noun)
  • A body of administrative officials, as of a political party, a government department, etc (noun)
  • Order or system; method (noun)
  • Alternative spelling of organization. (noun)

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Use "organisation" in a sentence
  • "Under the EU, such freedoms would be destroyed because that self serving, elitist gravy train organisation is fundamentally undemocratic and has no intention of ever becoming democratic."
  • "In fact the organisation is the little known "Trotskyist cult called Socialist Action" (see Nick Cohen's article)."
  • "It need not be doubted that this organisation is aimed at the West and that the umbrella that it might in future provide to states such as Iran, but doubtless in future to other rogue and failed states as well is one which must be viewed as being born of hostility to us."