organize


organize
1. I
the men ought to organize рабочим следует создать организацию /сплотиться/
2. III
1) organize smth. organize a political party (a political group, a society, a government, an opposition, an army, a business, an enterprise, etc.) организовывать /основывать, создавать/ политическую партию и т.д.; organize smb. organize workers (students, voters, etc.) организовывать /объединять/ рабочих и т.д.
2) organize smth. organize a march (a procession, a party, an entertainment, a sightseeing tour, etc.) организовывать /устраивать/ демонстрацию и т.д.; organize one's work налаживать работу; organize one's timetable упорядочить свое расписание
3. XI
be (get) organized they are not organized у них нет своей организации; you must get organized вы должны создать свою организацию
4. XXI1
1) organize smb. into smth. organize workers into a political party (students into a trade union, scholars into a scientific society, etc.) объединять рабочих в политическую партию и т.д; organize soldiers into two regiments разбить солдат на два полка, сформировать из солдат два полка
2) organize smth. to smth. organize an expedition to the South Pole (a march to the capital, a trip to India, etc.) организовывать /устраивать/ экспедицию к Южному полюсу и т.д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • Organize — Or gan*ize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Organized}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Organizing}.] [Cf. F. organiser, Gr. ?. See {Organ}.] 1. (Biol.) To furnish with organs; to give an organic structure to; to endow with capacity for the functions of life; as, an… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • organize — (Amer.) or·gan·ize || É”rgÉ™naɪz / ɔːg v. arrange, order, systematize; establish, set up; unite; coordinate something; orchestrate, manage; unionize, form a union; organize into a labor union (also organise) …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • organize — (also organise) ► VERB 1) arrange systematically; order. 2) Brit. make arrangements or preparations for. 3) form (people) into a trade union or other political group. DERIVATIVES organizer noun. ORIGIN Latin organizare, from organum in …   English terms dictionary

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