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Adjective
Able to plan one's activities efficiently
“With experience, she has learned to be more organized, and hence, more efficient with her time.”
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Carried out using a planned, ordered procedure
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“The books on each shelf are arranged in an organized manner.”
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Prepared for immediate action or use
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Existing or designed according to a plan
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In good order, under control
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Ready and willing
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Ordered
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Based on logic or good sense
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Relating to or constituting actions carefully planned to gain a specific end
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Sleek
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(zoology, botany) Having a tendency to group with others of like kind
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Subject to mobilization
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Joined by an agreement or treaty
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Successfully completed
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To have been in charge or command of
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To have acted in preparation for something
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To have started or established
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To have held or organized an event
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Past tense for to arrange systematically
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“Our first step is to organize the immense amount of documents we have in a logical order.”
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(of an event or activity) Past tense for to make arrangements or preparations for
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“It took months of planning and preparation to organize the annual music festival.”
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Past tense for to bring (people) together for a common purpose or cause
“Blackett, the English physicist, was asked to organize a group of scientists to help put the newly invented radar system into use.”
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Past tense for to obtain, arrange, or achieve by indirect, complicated or intensive efforts
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Past tense for to assign to a particular class or category
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Past tense for to bring about or cause something to happen
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Past tense for to set up, establish or initiate (something)
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Past tense for to prepare something in advance
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Past tense for to arrange or organize a scheduled event
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Past tense for to regulate the speed or amount of something given or administered
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Past tense for to cause two or more events to happen at the same time or rate
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Past tense for to put on a public performance
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Past tense for to assimilate into a body, structure or system
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Past tense for to bring forward into existence or to introduce
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(of an activity or organization) Past tense for to bring different elements into a harmonious or efficient relationship
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(of a meeting, function, etc.) Past tense for to conduct or organize
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Past tense for to form into a group or groups
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(computing) Past tense for to manipulate data or information with a computer or software
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Past tense for to achieve through negotiation
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(look to or look at) Past tense for to hope for, or aspire to, a goal or dream
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Past tense for to reserve in advance
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Past tense for to command or call for something officially or by authority
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Past tense for to modify, especially so as to better fit a given purpose or circumstance
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Past tense for to move administration or power to a single, central authority
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Past tense for to combine individual or separate elements together
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Past tense for to put or bring into effective use
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