名词:organizer 动词过去式:organized 过去分词:organized 现在分词:organizing 第三人称单数:organizes
-ize 表“使成～状态”、“使～化”等意思，变化型 -ise
1 [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sb/sth (into sth) put sb/sth into working order; arrange (parts, people) into an efficient system 组织某人[某事物]; 将（部件、人）编入组织或系统
*organize a political party, a government, a club, an army, etc 组织政党、政府、俱乐部、军队等
* She loves to organize people. 她喜欢做组织工作.
* She organized the class into four groups. 她把全班分成四组.
2 [Tn] make arrangements or preparations for (sth) 为（某事物）作安排或准备
*organize a picnic 筹备野餐活动
* organize a protest meeting 组织抗议集会
* They organized an expedition to Everest. 他们组织了埃佛勒斯峰（即珠穆朗玛峰）之行. =>Usage at arrange 用法见arrange.
3 [Tn, Tn.pr] ~ sb (into sth) form (workers) into a trade union, etc 组织（工人）成立工会等
*organize the work force 把工人组织起来
* organize peasant farmers into a co-operative 把农民组织起来成立合作社.
to make the necessary arrangements so that an activity can happen effectively The course was organized by a training company. Students need to learn how to organize their work. [T]
to manage a group of people who are doing something The lawyer helped to organize a group of parents who took action for their children.organize yourself The scientists need to organize themselves and work as a team. [T]
to arrange something so that it is more ordered or happens in a more sensible way He doesn't need you to organize his life for him. Organize yourself to arrive at places on time. [T]
to arrange things in a particular order or pattern We are learning about how genes are organized. [I and T]
to form a trade union
or persuade people to join one The law gives workers the right to organize and bargain collectively.
1. * public officials to organize and direct projects fighting malaria. * 公职人员组织和指导与疟疾作斗争的项目。