Definition of organization in English:

organization

Line breaks: or¦gan|iza|tion
Pronunciation: /ɔːg(ə)nʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n
 
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(also organisation)

noun

Derivatives

organizational

adjective
More example sentences
  • Get the right ones in place and all the organizational problems somehow get resolved.
  • This time they gave her not only artistic but also total organisational control of the project.
  • The course is run over a four week programme involving management and organisational skills.

organizationally

adverb
More example sentences
  • Musically and organisationally it was often a complete shambles and yet none of this should matter and yet often does.
  • He's now considered as one of the current ‘fathers’ of the Party organisationally and politically.
  • All around the country, parish communities, just like ours were getting together to prepare spiritually as well as organisationally for the Pope's visit.

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