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Sentence count:143+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-22Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: coordinatedevisedirectengineerformget upmachinatemastermindorchestrateorganizeprepareunioniseunionizeSimilar words: disorganiseorganismorganisationorganicorganizeorganizedorganizationdisorganizedMeaning: ['ɔrgənaɪz /'ɔːg-]  v. 1. bring order and organization to 2. create (as an entity) 3. form or join a union 4. cause to be structured or ordered or operating according to some principle or idea 5. arrange by systematic planning and united effort 6. plan and direct (a complex undertaking). 
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1. He has the ability to organise.
2. We can organise car rental from Chicago O'Hare Airport.
3. Zip drives help people to organise their important information.
4. Use spidergrams to organise your English vocabulary into different subjects.
5. Smith prides himself on being able to organise his own life.
6. Lacking sovereignty, they could organise no defence against their oppressors.
7. He tried to organise things so that the trip would be dressed up as a UN mission.
8. I have to organise a seating plan for the dinner.
9. We organise social events and often go out together.
10. Action: Organise in-service training for staff on customer relations.
11. However you organise your checking routine, it is crucial to present written work which has been checked over for spelling.
12. On a wider note, authors need to organise themselves to redress the current imbalance of power.
13. I invoked all the Lord Cardinal's power to organise a search for you.
14. It's a good idea if you can organise a space for each cat to call its own.
15. The research will collect and organise data on these, with a view to evaluating the economic models.
16. It's very easy to organise some investigative work by children on school meals provision.
17. It is necessary to organise the compounds in such a way that they are treated in a similar manner to individual words.
18. They were the first country to organise an international sevens tournament, which they did to celebrate their Centenary in 1973.
19. The Chaplains organise public worship, discussion groups, excursions and other activities all of which are advertised in the University.
20. Groups will also need to organise themselves and delegate different tasks in order to produce their newspaper by a strict deadline.
21. The old enemies become friends again as they organise the meeting to discuss the raid.
22. Or was it to organise workpeople to fight the most immediate battles?
23. She's angry at the way it portrays handicapped people, and has helped organise a blockade of a television studio.
23. try its best to collect and make good sentences.
24. So effective was their network that pro-democracy groups were able to organise two unusual nationwide protests.
25. A booklet is being distributed to advise city authorities on how to organise a mass clean-up.
26. In contrast, the engineer's ambition is to control, to organise, to plan and to eliminate risks.
27. It was then that the city pastors began asking their brethren in the mountain villages to organise sanctuary for the refugees.
28. This is your day and we will endeavour to organise it in a way that reflects your needs and requirements.
29. These different views of who the clients are also have far-reaching implications for how we organise the delivery of care.
30. Unfortunately, governments, aid agencies and the United Nations have an extremely poor record of being able to organise anything.
More similar words: disorganiseorganismorganisationorganicorganizeorganizedorganizationdisorganizedorganizationalorgangargantuanbanishvanishSpanishhumanismcanonisedmechanismpatroniserecognisedconfucianismrepublicanismspanish armadaegalitarianismtotalitarianismspanish inquisitionforgetgorgebargainforgivefor good
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