English translation of 'organiser'
Example Sentences Including 'organiser'
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Il faudrait alors organiser un nouveau scrutin deux mois plus tard.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Les autorités ont autorisé plusieurs grands syndicats et associations à organiser des rassemblements, notamment à Istanbul et Ankara.Le Nouvel Observateur (2003)
Leurs projets autour de toute une vie que commençait à s'organiser Jean-Paul avait une grande ambition professionnelle.Marie Claire
Sans mot dire, il juge de leurs capacités à organiser sa réception.L'ombre d'un roi
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'organiser' in Other Languages
British English: organize /ˈɔːɡəˌnaɪz/ VERB
If you organize an activity or event, you make all the arrangements for it.
We decided to organize a concert.
- American English: organize
- Arabic: يُنَظِّمُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: organizar
- Chinese: 组织
- Croatian: organizirati
- Czech: organizovat
- Danish: organisere
- Dutch: organiseren
- European Spanish: organizar
- Finnish: järjestää
- French: organiser
- German: organisieren
- Greek: οργανώνω
- Italian: organizzare
- Japanese: 組織する
- Korean: 조직하다
- Norwegian: organisere
- Polish: zorganizować
- European Portuguese: organizar
- Romanian: a organiza
- Russian: организовывать
- Spanish: organizar
- Swedish: organisera
- Thai: จัดการ
- Turkish: organize etmek
- Ukrainian: організовувати
- Vietnamese: tổ chức
British English: curate VERB
If an exhibition is curated by someone, they organize it.
The exhibition has been curated by a well-known artist.
Translation of organiser from the Collins French to English
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