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organization

noun ( also UK -isation)
 
 
/ˌɔːɡənaɪˈzeɪʃən/
GROUP [C] B1 an official group of people who work together for the same purpose
teşkilat, kurum, kuruluş, yapı, bünye
a charitable/voluntary organization Societies, clubs and organizationsBusinesses and enterprises
ARRANGEMENT [U] the way that parts of something are arranged
düzenleme, tertip, teşkil
Better organization of the office would improve efficiency.Classifying and creating order
PLAN [U] B1 the planning of an activity or event
düzenleme, organizasyon
Who was responsible for the organization of the conference?Managing and organizing
organizational adjective
örgütsel, kurumsal
organizational skills
Translations of “organization”
in Korean 단체, 구성…
in Arabic مُنَظَّمة, تَنْظيم…
in Portuguese organização…
in Catalan organització…
in Japanese 団体, 組織, 企画…
in Italian organizzazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 組織, 機構…
in Russian организация, организация (дел и т. д.), устройство…
in Chinese (Simplified) 组织, 机构…
in Polish organizacja…
(Definition of organization from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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