[ UK /ˈɔːɡɐnˌaɪzd/ ]
being a member of or formed into a labor union
a unionized shop
How To Use organised In A Sentence
- We've seen how things turned out for Scotland's national football manager; matters are organised no differently in the more modest context that is Scottish shinty.
- The director organised two-day hippy schools for his extras, in which they were shown news clips from 1969 and instructed in hippy speak until such antiquated terms as 'crashpad', 'dig' and 'groovy' came naturally. Latest articles - Radio Prague
- A picket was organised last week after receivers Robson Rhodes refused to withdraw redundancy notices issued to 67 staff.
- The land forces are organised into British, Austrian and French divisions, all of which contain recreations of the original infantry, cavalry and artillery regiments that fought during the Napoleonic wars.
- Organised self-help groups also rely on the beneficial effects of talking and discussion.
- The Polar Race, which will last between 30 and 40 days, has been organised by two of Britain's leading modern day adventurers.
- Parking at the event appeared well organised and there were plenty of marshals about to make sure cars were lined up properly and able to leave the ground easily at the end of the day.
- A successful job search needs to be as well organised as any other executive task.
- We want a minimum one-year custodial sentence-longer for repeat offenders and organised gangs.
- Annie also joined in a singalong at her party, which staff organised to celebrate her big day.