organizarse

organizarse
verbo pronominal
1 (ordenarse) to get organized
no sabe organizarse he is very badly organized
2 (crearse) to be organized
se ha organizado una colecta a collection has been organized
3 (armarse) to be, occur
se organizó un escándalo tremendo there was a terrible to-do
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VPR
1) [persona] to organize o.s., get o.s. organized

te tienes que organizar mejor — you need to organize yourself better, you need to get yourself better organized

2) * [jaleo, pelea]

se organizó una pelea tremenda — there was a terrific punch-up *

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(v.) = get + Reflexivo + organised
Ex. Black librarians in the UK were urged to join the Association, get themselves organized, and 'infiltrate' to change things from the inside.
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(v.) = get + Reflexivo + organised

Ex: Black librarians in the UK were urged to join the Association, get themselves organized, and 'infiltrate' to change things from the inside.

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■organizarse verbo reflexivo
1 to organize oneself
2 (una bronca, una fiesta) to take place: se organizó un buen alboroto, there was a real fuss
'organizarse' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
organizar
English:
act
- get
- organize
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vpr
1. [persona] to organize oneself
2. Esp [pelea, lío] to break out, to happen suddenly;
se organizó un verdadero follón a la salida there was a real commotion as people left
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organizarse
v/r de persona organize one’s time
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vr
: to get organized
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organizarse vb
1. (persona) to organize yourself
no sabe organizarse solo he can't organize himself
2. (producirse) to be
se organizó una pelea en plena calle there was a fight in the middle of the street

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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