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1. Having taken something that is messy, chaotic, or unordered and rearranged it logically, into a structured or coherent layout, or into specific and/or defined groups. For example, the CEO organized the company into specific divisions.
2. State of being efficient or methodical. For example, the employee was highly organized and knew immediately where to find the general ledger.

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I noticed that the women were very organized and professional at the firm and it gave me confidence to do the same.
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My children and I are very messy, however, my wife is much more organized and it drives her crazy to always tell us to pick up after ourselves.
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The office was organized but still chaotic, the important thing to consider as there was not a state of disorder present.
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