Definition of organizer in English:

organizer

(also organiser)

noun

  • 1A person who arranges an event or activity.

    ‘the organizers of the demonstration’
    • ‘Therefore it would be illegal to sell fireworks to anyone other than the organisers of an official event.’
    • ‘As our activity organizer, she knew how to find fun things to do.’
    • ‘We gave them sheets explaining why we want fireworks to be sold only to organisers of licensed events.’
    • ‘Event organisers today called for nominations from across the industry for the wide range of classes.’
    • ‘The organizers are hoping to receive great assistance from the local community and businesses.’
    • ‘He continued, saying event organizers should appreciate an artist's achievements.’
    • ‘On the grassy banks of the lake, I settle into a chair provided by the event organizers.’
    • ‘Although Straightliners is a bike event, organizers stress that all vehicles are welcome.’
    • ‘When she retired about four years ago, Ruth Loft and Sue Sharples took over as joint organisers.’
    • ‘And then can you appeal to organizers to keep events free at future festivals?’
    • ‘The Summit is a collaborative project and the organizers welcome your input on the agenda.’
    • ‘The branch organiser also tends to arrange venues depending on whether we think we'll win or lose.’
    • ‘I have been working very closely with the display organisers for four months.’
    • ‘On the strength of this showing, the event's organizers have decided to make it an annual affair.’
    • ‘He says the authors have received no negative feedback - but the conference organizers have refunded their fee.’
    • ‘She's a great organiser and was instrumental in the success of this year's festival.’
    • ‘Activities organiser Pam, who runs the group, said the benefits of picking up a paint-brush or pencil were clear to see.’
    • ‘Mom was an anti-nuke activist, a union organizer, a feminist and a single mother.’
    • ‘The protest organisers are asking fans to take along banners, horns and whistles.’
    • ‘This is itself a reflection of the desire by the organisers of this event to be recognised internationally.’
    • ‘Event organiser Dr Chris Lane took time out from his hectic schedule to watch the junior fell runners cross the line.’
    administrator, manager, chairman, chairwoman, chairperson, chair, head, chief, boss, principal, leader, governor, president, premier
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  • 2A thing used for organizing.

    • ‘Several of the larger tax software packages now come with an electronic version of their organizer.’
    • ‘The winning design was a rotating organizer, the losing design a storage table with a top that folds open.’
    • ‘Dubbed the digital organiser, the tiny machine promised to change our lives forever.’
    • ‘The organiser has tools in it for simple image editing, as well as organising.’
    • ‘It's a similar process to synchronizing a handheld organizer with your PC.’
    • ‘Paper models of computers and hand-held organizers have now become standard offering fare.’
    • ‘Apple may also be working on a handheld organizer or digital camera, analysts said.’
    • ‘It is implemented in almost every laptop computer and palm-sized organizer on the market.’
    • ‘Palm organizers and Pocket PC devices are being tested in a small but growing number of schools.’
    • ‘His home computer and palm-top organiser were examined and electronically searched.’
    • ‘It's an organizer, a cell phone, high-speed Internet connection all in the palm of your hand.’
    genius, mind, intellect, author, architect, engineer, director, planner, deviser, originator, manager, prime mover, initiator, inventor
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Pronunciation

organizer

/ˈɔːɡ(ə)nʌɪzə/