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Translation of organizar in English:

verbo transitivo

also: organizarse verbo pronominal

  • 1.1
    to organize oneself ( o one's time etc)
    1.2 (España) [familiar] (lío/follón/escándalo) ¡menudo follón se organizó!
    there was a real ruckus!
Example sentences
  • Se debe organizar y sistematizar la práctica de reciclaje industrial y doméstico.
  • Nosotros nos encargamos de organizar actividades culturales y noches informativas para conformar el Círculo Bolivariano.
  • Organizado por el Ministerio de Educación y El Centro de Teatro de la Habana.

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