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"organized" in British English

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organizedadjective

(UK usually organised) uk   /ˈɔː.ɡən.aɪzd/  us   /ˈɔːr-/

organized adjective (USING SYSTEM)

B2 arrangedaccording to a ​particularsystem: The ​letters had been ​placed in organized ​piles, one for each ​letter of the ​alphabet.
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B2 An organized ​person is ​able to ​plan things ​carefully and ​keep things ​tidy: She's not a very organized ​person and she always ​arrives late at ​meetings.
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organized adjective (PLANNED)

B2 (of ​travel, ​visits, ​activities, etc.) ​planned and ​arranged for you to do, ​especially as ​part of a ​group: I don't like going on organized ​tours.
(Definition of organized from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"organized" in American English

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organizedadjective

 us   /ˈɔr·ɡəˌnɑɪzd/
able to ​plan things ​carefully and ​keep things ​neat: We are ​looking for a ​person who is well organized. Organized also ​meansrelating to ​groups or ​people who are ​members of ​large and often ​powerfulorganizations in a ​particulararea of ​activity: organized ​labor organized ​sports organized ​crime
(Definition of organized from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"organized" in Business English

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organizedadjective

( UK also organised) uk   us   /ˈɔːɡənaɪzd/
arranged according to a particular ​system: She has ​developed a very organized ​filingsystem. Our whole ​department is better organized now that he is in ​charge.
able to ​plan things carefully, ​keep things tidy, and ​workeffectively: She's not a very organized ​person and she always arrives late at ​meetings. I wish I were better organized. The more organized we can be about the everyday ​running of things, the more ​time we have to ​spend on ​ideas.
HR, WORKPLACE belonging to a tradeunion: Collective ​bargaining refers to ​negotiations between organized ​workers and their ​employers.
(Definition of organized from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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