Traducción de organic en Español:


orgánico, adj.

Pronunciación /ɔrˈɡænɪk//ɔːˈɡanɪk/


  • 1

    • 1.1Biología

      (life/disease) orgánico
      • The sediment, rich in heavy metal elements and organic substances, takes in dissolved oxygen and discharges smelly waste such as methane and sulphide into the water.
      • It is made by breaking down organic waste with the help of earthworms.
      • The iodine released when the complex is in contact with the skin is not only available to kill microorganisms, but is also adsorbed by dead skin cells or other organic material.
      • If you don't add organic matter you destroy the soil.
      • Often, the fatigue is transient or can be attributed to a definable organic illness.
      • Increasing age and underlying organic brain disease are two major risk factors for confusion in any patient hospitalized with sepsis.
      • The first step in properly decontaminating instruments, whether by hand or machine, is a cool water rinse to remove organic debris.
      • The reported patients mostly had normal lung function and did not have diagnosed organic illnesses.
      • Blum has only 13 acres of maintained turf, on which he uses mostly organic fertilizers and low-toxic pesticides.
      • A recent study, however, showed that the use of modern technology minimised the likelihood of missing organic disease.
      • In terms of dating, the data are somewhat inconclusive because structured organic material (pollen and spores) are rare in most samples.
      • Almost all, though, contain some organic element, whether it's a shard of bamboo or a wooden peg.
      • Some of the material is organic in nature and is easily dealt with by microbial action.
      • A soil rich in organic matter will help provide nutrients as well as improve drainage.
      • Sexual dysfunction may be symptomatic of organic or psychiatric disease.
      • The carbon dioxide is derived almost entirely from the bacterial decomposition of organic matter in soil.
      • Small, metal objects deeply embedded in soft tissue pose a lower risk for complication than even superficially embedded organic material, such as wood.
      • The growing and dying of the mosses, lichens and grasses added organic matter to the soil.
      • Sandflies are found around human habitations and breed in specific organic wastes such as feces, manure, rodent burrows, and leaf litter.
      • In buildings, fungi attack dead organic material, which in nature would fall to the forest floor and be broken down as part of the nitrogen cycle.
      • If the native soil is sandy, use 50 percent soil and 50 percent organic material.
      • Bacteria use oxygen to convert organic waste to carbon dioxide, water, and more bacteria.
      • Dairygold said in a statement that the natural organic waste spreading in Ballyduff and Camphire is fully treated and is both non-toxic and non-hazardous.
      • Mulch adds organic matter to the soil as it breaks down, and it also shades the soil in summer and insulates it in winter.
      • Once your patrons eat it, it will be broken up about as much as anything organic can be, and then burned up in the metabolic process and released energetically.

    • 1.2

      (fertilizer) orgánico
      (fertilizer) natural
      (farming) ecológico
      (farming) biológico
      (farming) sin pesticidas ni fertilizantes artificiales
      (vegetable) biológico
      (vegetable) cultivado sin pesticidas ni fertilizantes artificiales
      • In the Thirties, Rachel's Organic became Britain's first certified organic dairy farm.
      • He has a national reputation as an advocate of organic foods.
      • Exhibitors will also offer organic foods to taste - from wheat-free pasta to juice, organic meat, baby food, wine, chocolate and more.
      • The report noted a continuing general lack of knowledge of exactly what is involved in organic farming and food production.
      • Consumers usually buy organic food because of the lack of pesticides and chemicals used during production.
      • We eat mostly organic, healthy food.
      • You don't see enough organic wines on restaurant lists, so this Catalan blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay is a real find.
      • Europe is taking the lead in the shift to sustainable farming practices and organic food production.
      • Perhaps the most obvious immediate alternative to the conventional farming treadmill is for farmers to convert their production to organic methods.
      • Planning crop rotations is something that organic farmers must take seriously.
      • A former president of the Soil Association, Helen has been actively involved in promoting the benefits of organic methods to the farming community.
      • Just 66 additives are permitted in organic food production, and they must come from natural sources and exclude sweeteners and colourings.
      • In theory, organic methods of food production sound ideal.
      • The salad bars are stocked with seasonal fruits and vegetables from local farms, most of which use sustainable or organic farming methods.
      • Bradley received $36,500 to create a statewide network of organic livestock producers working with organic grain producers.
      • Meat produced from animals that receive antibiotics also could not be labeled organic.
      • The stands will offer speciality foods such as organic meats, fruit and vegetables, home baking, smoked fish, chutneys and relishes, she explained.
      • The co-op encourages farmers interested in organic farming to talk to producers who have already made the transition.
      • They are confident that they can produce organic beef, but marketing it is a challenge.
      • As organic farmers we already know about the many benefits of cover crops.

    • 1.3Química

      (substance/compound) orgánico
      • The mix was heated up and given an electrical charge and simple organic molecules were formed.
      • During photosynthesis, plants reduce carbon from carbon dioxide to form organic molecules.
      • Carbohydrates are one of the most widely occurring types of organic compounds.
      • In this process the ether is shaken with an organic solute in aqueous solution.
      • Airborne particles can be organic or inorganic in nature and can range in size from 0.001 micrometers to several hundred micrometers.

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    • 2.1(coordinated)

      (system/body/whole) orgánico
      • There is no sense of organic unity in the work as a whole - one is simply taken from event to event, often at speed.
      • It's the kind of organic synergy businesses dream about.
      • Survival depended on operating as an integrated organic whole.
      • I took diverse or disparate elements and gave them some kind of organic unity.
      • The new methods had a major impact on urban archaeology, as the town became envisaged more as an organic whole.
      • In 1968, however, the two churches officially stated that their goal is full, organic unity.
      • The film is filled to overflowing with strange and wondrous images, but they all feel organic to that world, never thrown on screen simply for their own sake.
      • As a ‘legacy force’ unit, we had a robust organic support structure.
      • Operational and tactical effectiveness have an organic relationship; neither in isolation is likely to bring battlefield victory.
      • Research has shown that although many organizations are adopting organic structures there are many that are not, even though they are in similar kinds of markets.
      • In effect, his gender typecasting distances fathers from the organic web of relationships stressed in the early sections of the book and traps mothers within them.
      • Driven by the visuals, not its own logic, it is a series of musical vignettes rather than an organic whole.
      • Instead of a coherent whole expressing an organic unity through every aspect of its being, the engineers hand us a bag of separate traits.
      • The work is a mixture of new and old texts, and original and traditional melodies, seamlessly forming an organic whole.
      • Health systems need to be organic and flexible rather than rigid and mechanistic.
      • These elements include comprehensive planning for the city as an organic whole, and emphases on the circulation of goods and people, on order and security, and on hygiene and health.
      • An intelligence staff is organic to the brigade and its subordinate battalions and squadron.
      • This confessional record was prompted by ‘changes in her life’, and it is a natural, organic work, melodic yet quirkily experimental too.
      • The next morning, I stumble downstairs to find the corporate machine whirring along with seamless organic synergy.
      • The majority of the songs on the album blend each element into a full, organic, and integrated whole.

    • 2.2(integral)

      (part) integral
      (part) integrante