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- An instrument consisting of a number of pipes that sound tones when supplied with air and a keyboard that operates a mechanism controlling the flow of air to the pipes. Also called pipe organ.
- Any one of various other instruments, such as the electronic organ, that resemble a pipe organ either in mechanism or sound.
- Biology. A differentiated part of an organism, such as an eye, wing, or leaf, that performs a specific function.
- An instrument or agency dedicated to the performance of specified functions: The FBI is an organ of the Justice Department.
- An instrument or a means of communication, especially a periodical issued by a political party, business firm, or other group.
[Middle English, from Old French organe and from Old English organe, both from Latin organum, tool, instrument, from Greek organon.]
1 《生物》器官, 臓器
the internal ［the digestive］ organs
2 ((婉曲))陰茎(the male organ).
play the organ
an electric organ
4 （政治的な）機関；組織；((形式))機関誌［紙］［ラテン語←ギリシャ語órganon（道具）. érgon（仕事）と同系. △WORK］
an advisory organ
the chief organ of administration
a party organ
- 3 a character as represented in a play or movie; a role played by an actor or actress:she played a lot of leading parts he took the part of Prospero