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organ

noun /ˈoːɡən/
a part of the body or of a plant which has a special purpose
órgano
the reproductive organs.
a means of spreading information, eg a newspaper
órgano
an organ of the Communist Party.
organic /-ˈɡӕ-/ adjective of or concerning the organs of the body
orgánico
organic diseases.
of, found in, or produced by, living things
orgánico
Organic compounds all contain carbon.
(of food) grown without the use of artificial fertilizers
orgánico
organic vegetables.
organically adverb
orgánicamente
All our vegetables are organically grown.
organic compound noun (chemistry) any substance whose molecules contain one or more carbon atoms with the exception of a few types of compounds containing carbon which are considered to be inorganic for historical reasons
componente orgánico
Examples of organic compounds are carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids.
(Definition of organ from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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