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Past participle oforganize. There are other translations for this conjugation.


This word may also be spelled "organised."
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (methodical)
a. organizado
My father is very organized and always follows a routine.Mi padre es muy organizado y siempre sigue una rutina.
2. (planned)
a. organizado
The only way to visit Machu Picchu is with an organized tour.La única manera de visitar Machu Picchu es con una excursión organizada.
3. (institutionalized)
a. organizado
They agreed to cooperate in the fight against organized crime.Se pusieron de acuerdo para cooperar en la lucha contra el crimen organizado.
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organized [ˈɔːɡənaizd]
1 (methodical) [+person] organizado
it was organized chaos era un caos organizado or ordenado
It was all scripted. But it was organised chaos: everybody goes off and does their own thing, as long as they arrive at a certain point Organised chaos is part and parcel of any small business Yesterday Kashif was surrounded by organised chaos on the top floor of the International Men's and Boy's Wear Exhibition at London's Olympia Centre for his first show
2 (planned) [+crime, event, tour] organizado
3 (Ind)
organized labour trabajadores (m) or obreros (m) sindicados
The Party had only patchy support amongst sections of organized labour
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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