The way in which something is organized, such as a book or an article. (noun)
A group of people or other legal entities with an explicit purpose and written rules. (noun)
A group of people consciously cooperating. (noun)
A major league club and all its farm teams. (noun)
Examples of word organization
If, then, every known organization is redolent with contrivance, and teems with marks of design, by what analogy can we conclude that _Deity's organization_ is devoid of these properties? "
"Just as remarkable as Crow's ability to raise money is his bewilderingly complex organization -- if, indeed, the term organization can be accurately applied," Fortune magazine reported in 1973.
While the difference in organization is of common knowledge, the consequences do not seem to have been recognized when democratic states began intervening in economic life.
This drew forth another question: "What do you understand by the term organization?"
The term organization includes the conversion of the effusion into tissue, taking its character from the subjacent structures; the development of false membranes: and the formation of certain heteromorphous products, as Tubercle, Cancer, &c.