organized Definition

  • 1arranged in a systematic way, especially on a large scale
  • 2having one's affairs in order so as to deal with them efficiently

Using organized: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "organized" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The event was well-organized and ran smoothly.

  • Example

    She is very organized and always has a plan.

  • Example

    He spent the weekend organizing his closet.

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Phrases with organized

  • to arrange things in a systematic way so that they can be dealt with more efficiently


    I need to get organized before I start my new job.

  • criminal activities that are planned and controlled by a powerful group or organization


    The police have been working to dismantle the organized crime ring for years.

  • a religion that has an established hierarchy, formal doctrine, and a set of rules and practices


    Catholicism is an example of an organized religion.


Summary: organized in Brief

The term 'organized' [ˈɔːrɡənaɪzd] refers to something arranged in a systematic way, often on a large scale. It can also mean having one's affairs in order to deal with them efficiently. Examples include well-organized events, people who are organized and always have a plan, and spending time organizing a closet. Phrases include 'get organized,' 'organized crime,' and 'organized religion.'

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