organized

Definition of organized

adj.1.same as arranged; as, an organized tour.
2.formed into an organization. Opposite of unorganized.
3.well-conducted. Opposite of disorganized.
4.arranged according to a system or rule.
5.being a member of or formed into a labor union; - of workers, used especially in the phrase \'dborganized labor. Opposite of nonunion.

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