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The example sentences of ORGANIZE in videos (15 in total of 431)

either determiner i personal pronoun 'll modal organize verb, base form it personal pronoun symmetrically adverb to to make verb, base form it personal pronoun symmetrical adjective or coordinating conjunction i personal pronoun 'll modal organize verb, base form it personal pronoun by preposition or subordinating conjunction patterns noun, plural .
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so adverb how wh-adverb did verb, past tense king proper noun, singular leopold proper noun, singular organize verb, non-3rd person singular present such predeterminer a determiner large adjective operation noun, singular or mass across preposition or subordinating conjunction an determiner enormous adjective country noun, singular or mass with preposition or subordinating conjunction
proper noun, singular i personal pronoun . e proper noun, singular . where wh-adverb the determiner emotions noun, plural progress noun, singular or mass within preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner formula noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction how wh-adverb to to organize verb, base form the determiner timeline noun, singular or mass
packs proper noun, singular use verb, non-3rd person singular present shared verb, past participle scent noun, singular or mass marked verb, past participle latrines noun, plural to to communicate verb, base form and coordinating conjunction organize verb, base form their possessive pronoun use noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction space noun, singular or mass .
organize verb, base form your possessive pronoun writing verb, gerund or present participle , or coordinating conjunction organize verb, base form your possessive pronoun author noun, singular or mass platform noun, singular or mass , or coordinating conjunction really adverb organize verb, base form your possessive pronoun life noun, singular or mass , i personal pronoun cannot proper noun, singular
invaders noun, plural at preposition or subordinating conjunction last noun, singular or mass pulled verb, past tense their possessive pronoun forces noun, plural from preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner region noun, singular or mass , allowing verb, gerund or present participle them personal pronoun to to organize verb, base form a determiner united verb, past participle
> noun, singular or mass > noun, singular or mass i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present gonna proper noun, singular just adverb put verb, base form everything noun, singular or mass in preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner bigger adjective, comparative pocket noun, singular or mass and coordinating conjunction i personal pronoun 'll modal organize verb, base form it personal pronoun later adverb .
a determiner concept noun, singular or mass map noun, singular or mass is verb, 3rd person singular present a determiner visual adjective way noun, singular or mass to to organize verb, base form your possessive pronoun thoughts noun, plural and coordinating conjunction make verb, base form connections noun, plural between preposition or subordinating conjunction
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you personal pronoun could modal just adverb organize verb, base form things noun, plural in preposition or subordinating conjunction folders noun, plural and coordinating conjunction subfolders proper noun, singular and coordinating conjunction subfolders proper noun, singular of preposition or subordinating conjunction that determiner as adverb well adverb .
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tend verb, non-3rd person singular present to to organize verb, base form quickly adverb into preposition or subordinating conjunction smaller adjective, comparative groups noun, plural , but coordinating conjunction the determiner various adjective groups noun, plural tend verb, non-3rd person singular present to to still adverb work verb, base form
she personal pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present all determiner about preposition or subordinating conjunction how wh-adverb i personal pronoun organize verb, non-3rd person singular present all predeterminer these determiner ideas noun, plural and coordinating conjunction all predeterminer these determiner concepts noun, plural pieces noun, plural and coordinating conjunction
organize verb, base form students noun, plural into preposition or subordinating conjunction groups noun, plural and coordinating conjunction have verb, non-3rd person singular present them personal pronoun answer verb, non-3rd person singular present questions noun, plural about preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner case noun, singular or mass study noun, singular or mass .

Use "organize" in a sentence | "organize" example sentences

How to use "organize" in a sentence?

  • Chess, like any creative activity, can exist only through the combined efforts of those who have creative talent, and those who have the ability to organize their creative work
    -Mikhail Botvinnik-
  • The secret of successful people lies in their ability to discover their strengths and to organize their life so that these strengths can be applied.
    -John C. Maxwell-
  • Those who love peace must learn to organize as effectively as those who love war.
    -Martin Luther King, Jr.-
  • It has not fallen to your lot to command great armies. You had to create them, organize them and inspire them.
    -Winston Churchill-
  • I discovered that the best innovation is sometimes the company, the way you organize a company. The whole notion of how you build a company is fascinating." Steve Jobs
    -Walter Isaacson-
  • Life, like war, is a series of mistakes,he is the best who wins the most splendid victories by the retrieval of mistakes. Forget mistakes: organize victory out of mistakes.
    -Frederick William Robertson-
  • It is not enough to win a war; it is more important to organize the peace.
    -Aristotle-
  • Our mission is to organize the world's information. Clearly, the more information we have when we do a search, the better it's going to work.
    -Larry Page-

Definition and meaning of ORGANIZE

What does "organize mean?"

/ˈôrɡəˌnīz/

organize

verb
To arrange and plan things, e.g. a party.

What are synonyms of "organize"?
Some common synonyms of "organize" are:
  • order,
  • arrange,
  • sort,
  • assemble,
  • marshal,
  • group,
  • dispose,
  • classify,
  • collocate,
  • categorize,
  • catalog,
  • codify,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˈôrdər/

order
noun verb

arrangement according to sequence. To put things in a sequence, e.g. a, b, c.

/əˈrānj/

arrange
verb

To organize events so they happen.

/sôrt/

sort
noun verb

Group or class of similar things or people. arrange systematically in groups.

/əˈsembəl/

assemble
verb

To gather together in one place.

/ˈmärSHəl/

marshal
noun verb

military officer. To prepare something in an organized way.

/ɡro͞op/

group
noun verb

Number of people or things gathered together. put in group or groups.

/dəˈspōz/

dispose
verb

To get rid of by throwing away.

/ˈklasəˌfī/

classify
verb

arrange group of people or things in classes or categories according to shared qualities or characteristics.

collocate
noun verb

word that is habitually juxtaposed with another with frequency greater than chance. (Words) to have a tendency to occur together.

/ˈkadəɡəˌrīz/

categorize
verb

To distribute into classes or the same type.

/ˈkadlˌôɡ/

catalog
noun verb

complete list of items. list items.

/ˈkädəˌfī/

codify
verb

To systematize or classify into a certain order.

What are antonyms of "organize"?
Some common antonyms of "organize" are:
  • jumble,
  • disorganize,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˈjəmbəl/

jumble
noun verb

Mass of objects thrown together without order. mix up in confused or untidy way.

/disˈôrɡəˌnīz/

disorganize
other verb

Remove the organization from. disrupt systematic order or functioning of.