Definition of personal organizer in English:

personal organizer

Syllabification: per·son·al or·gan·iz·er

noun

1A loose-leaf notebook consisting of separate sections including a calendar and pages for recording addresses and telephone numbers.
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  • No notes were taken of what the scientist said, the only record of the interview being jottings into a personal organiser made several hours later.
  • Her briefcase contained personal possessions, including a personal organiser, and papers relating to her work as a councillor.
  • A handbag containing a personal organiser and cash, worth £80, was stolen during a matinee performance on Monday.
1.1A handheld computer having the function of a personal organizer.
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  • The company also allowed him to keep his mobile phone, laptop computer, personal organiser and printer.
  • Reading devices sometimes double as personal organizers and have multiple functions, such as sound and e-mail capability.
  • But the Wrist PDA was the first to cram a fully functioning Palm OS-based personal organiser into a case you can wear rather than carry.

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