Definition of organizer in English:

organizer

Syllabification: or·gan·iz·er
Pronunciation: /ˈôrɡəˌnīzər
 
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noun

1A person who organizes: the organizers of the demonstration he worked as a union organizer all around the state of New Jersey
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  • On the strength of this showing, the event's organizers have decided to make it an annual affair.
  • As our activity organizer, she knew how to find fun things to do.
  • The protest organisers are asking fans to take along banners, horns and whistles.
2A thing used for organizing. See also electronic organizer, personal organizer.
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  • Apple may also be working on a handheld organizer or digital camera, analysts said.
  • Dubbed the digital organiser, the tiny machine promised to change our lives forever.
  • The organiser has tools in it for simple image editing, as well as organising.

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