Meaning of “organizer” in the English Dictionary

"organizer" in British English

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organizernoun [ C ]

UK usually organiser uk /ˈɔː.ɡən.aɪ.zər/ us /ˈɔːr.ɡən.aɪ.zɚ/

B2 the person or group who plans and arranges an event or activity:

There aren't enough seats for all the guests - I must tell the organizers.
Community organizers help to get people out to vote on election day.

a person who is able to plan things carefully:

We need someone who is a good organizer.

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  • The fault lay with the organizers, who failed to make the necessary arrangements for dealing with so many people.
  • The organizers are forging ahead with a programme of public events.
  • To the mortification of the show's organizers, the top performers withdrew at the last minute.
  • The organizers say it's a fair contest but who knows what goes on backstage?
  • Tournament organizers need to offer big money to attract the top players.

(Definition of “organizer” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"organizer" in Business English

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organizernoun [ C ]

UK also organiser uk /ˈɔːɡənaɪzər/ us

the person or group that plans and arranges an event or activity:

The organizers are forging ahead with a programme of public events.

a person who plans things:

This is a complicated job that requires someone who is a good organizer .

HR, WORKPLACE a person who helps people form or join a trade union:

He is an organizer with the Service Employees International Union.

a book or small computer in which you keep a record of what you have to do, your meetings, etc.:

This is a two-way pager, wireless phone, wireless Web browser, and hand-held organizer all in one device.

(Definition of “organizer” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)