Definition of Organizer in English :

Define Organizer in English

Organizer meaning in English

Meaning of Organizer in English

Pronunciation of Organizer in English

Organizer pronunciation in English

Pronounce Organizer in English


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1. arranger, organiser, organizer

a person who brings order and organization to an enterprise

Example Sentences:
'she was the organizer of the meeting'

2. labor organizer, organiser, organizer

someone who enlists workers to join a union

3. organiser, organizer, pda, personal digital assistant, personal organiser, personal organizer

a lightweight consumer electronic device that looks like a hand-held computer but instead performs specific tasks; can serve as a diary or a personal database or a telephone or an alarm clock etc.

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


see synonyms of organizer
a person who organizes or is capable of organizing
a container with a number of compartments for storage
hanging organizers to keep your clothes smart
3. embryology
any part of an embryo or any substance produced by it that induces specialization of undifferentiated cells

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see synonyms of organizer
a person who organizes
b.  US
a labor-union official whose work is enlisting new members
a device, usually with many compartments, for use in arranging items on a desktop, the contents of a closet, etc. more efficiently
planner (sense 2)
3.  Embryology
any portion of a developing embryo, or any substance produced by it, capable of inducing differentiation in other portions

Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.


see synonyms of organizer
v. or·gan·ized, or·gan·iz·ing, or·gan·iz·es
a. To put in order; arrange in an orderly way: organized the papers into files; organized her thoughts before speaking.
b. To cause to have an orderly, functional, or coherent structure: organized the report around three main initiatives. See Synonyms at arrange.
c. To cause (oneself) to act or live in an orderly or planned way: has trouble in school because he can't get organized.
a. To arrange or prepared for (an activity or event): organize a party; organize a strike.
b. To establish as an organization: organize a club. See Synonyms at establish.
a. To induce (employees) to form or join a labor union.
b. To induce the employees of (a business or industry) to form or join a union: organize a factory.
1. To develop into or assume an orderly, functional, or coherent structure.
2. To form or join an activist group, especially a labor union.

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