- 1Arranged in a systematic way, especially on a large scale: organized crimeMore example sentences
- More likely, they divide their afternoons among a raft of organized activities, from baseball to dance to religious studies.
- It helped to work my life in a systematic and organized way.
- This is a common way of phrasing what is basically a large scale organized street protest.
- 1.1Able to plan one’s activities efficiently: she used to be so organizedMore example sentences
- I worked for a guy who said that he loved employing pregnant women because they were so organized and efficient.
- This is my major preoccupation at the moment: forgiving myself for not being efficient and organised and sensible.
- After one and one-half years in her current position, she finds that she has learned to be more organized and efficient with her time, which gives her more time with the patient.
- 1.2Having formed a trade union or other political group: a repressive regime which crushed organized labourMore example sentences
- It is the supporters of these organisations that have the largest organised political presence outside the Labour Party.
- Will it reflect a diverse convention full of unions rejuvenated by newly organized workers?
- We use it well, but we also need to build strong community bases and build organised support throughout the trade unions.