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organize verb

ADV. effectively, efficiently, properly, successfully, well | badly, poorly | carefully, neatly | locally, nationally | centrally | jointly They organized the festival jointly with the French cultural service. | separately | independently, privately | formally

VERB + ORGANIZE seek to, try to | help (to) | be able to | manage to | fail to | learn (how) to | be difficult to | be easy to, be possible to

PREP. according to We need to organize the work according to the availability and skills of each volunteer. | around We're organizing the evening around a Japanese theme. | into It was difficult to organize the men into teams.