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organise

US ['ɔ:gənaɪz]
UK ['ɔ:gənaɪz]
  • v.组织;安排;筹备;处理
  • Web组织起来;建立组织;组织工会
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v.
1.
[t]
~ sth
组织;筹备to arrange for sth to happen or to be provided
to organize a meeting/party/trip
组织会议╱聚会╱旅行
I'll invite people if you can organize food and drinks.
如果你能备办饮食,我就负责邀请人。
2.
[t]
~ sth
安排;处理;分配to arrange sth or the parts of sth into a particular order or structure
Modern computers can organize large amounts of data very quickly.
现代计算机能迅速处理大量的信息资料。
You should try and organize your time better.
你应该尽量更有效地分配你的时间。
We do not fully understand how the brain is organized.
我们不完全了解大脑是怎样构成的。
3.
[t]
~ yourself/sb
规划;管理;照料to plan your/sb's work and activities in an efficient way
I'm sure you don't need me to organize you.
我相信你用不着我为你安排。
4.
[t][i]
~ (sb/yourself) (into sth)
(使)成立,组建,建立(联盟、党派等)to form a group of people with a shared aim, especially a union or political party
the right of workers to organize themselves into unions
工人自行组织工会的权利

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