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Definition of organized adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

      

    organized

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    NAmE//ˈɔrɡəˌnaɪzd//
     
     
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  1. 1[only before noun] involving large numbers of people who work together to do something in a way that has been carefully planned an organized body of workers an organized system of childcare organized religion (= traditional religion followed by large numbers of people who obey a fixed set of rules) organized crime (= committed by professional criminals working in large groups) compare unorganized
  2. 2arranged or planned in the way mentioned a carefully organized campaign a well-organized office a badly organized event compare disorganized
  3. 3(of a person) able to plan your work, life, etc. well and in an efficient way a very organized person Isn't it time you started to get organized? compare disorganized
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