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Definition of "organise" []

  • To form (parts or elements of something) into a structured whole; coordinate (verb)
  • To arrange methodically or in order (verb)
  • To provide with an organic structure (verb)
  • To enlist (the workers) of (a factory, concern, or industry) in a trade union (verb)
  • To join or form an organization or trade union (verb)
  • To put (oneself) in an alert and responsible frame of mind (verb)
  • Alternative spelling of organize. (verb)

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Use "organise" in a sentence
  • "To this day, the library continues to lend books in English, organise educational activities such as story-telling and children's plays, and offer a place where artists can display their works."
  • "The more we tried to 'organise' it the less it seemed to happen."
  • "However, I haven't bothered with some of the more squirrely stuff like "organise" or the double-L vs single-L words."