Translation of organ in Spanish:


órgano, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɔrɡən//ˈɔːɡ(ə)n/


  • 1

    órgano masculine
    the vital organs los órganos vitales
    • speech/visual organs órganos del habla/de la vista
    • male organ órgano
    • before noun organ transplant transplante de órgano
    • This section reviews the literature regarding experimental models of colloid use, with particular focus on the function of specific organs.
    • One must recognize that not all compounds are equally toxic to all parts of a living system because the toxic actions of many compounds are manifested in specific organs.
    • Zinc helps organize cells into healthy tissues and organs so your baby has what it needs during the first weeks of pregnancy when vital organs are being developed.
    • This procedure uses artificial extracorporeal circulation to provide oxygenated blood to vital organs while the heart is stopped.
    • Brain organs which were used got bigger and those which were not used shrunk, causing the skull to rise and fall with organ development.
    • Currently, there are almost 85,000 people waiting in this country for vital organ transplants.
    • Atherosclerosis can also diminish blood flow to other vital organs, including your intestines or kidneys.
    • In only specific organs is a biopsy recommended without there being an identifiable lump.
    • It has also been noticed that the brain tends to function better in a cooler environment whereas organs like the heart function better at normal body temperature.
    • An abscess on an internal organ such as the liver or brain may be diagnosed by X-ray or scanning.
    • Patients must be carefully monitored for fluid balance and covert internal damage to vital organs.
    • Number two; the bones protect vital internal organs, such as the heart, the lungs, and the brain.
    • Atherosclerosis can affect the arteries of the heart, brain, kidneys, other vital organs, and the arms and legs.
    • The examination of the internal organs is usually done under general anaesthetic by a gynaecologist.
    • ‘Specific types of cancer often metastasize to specific other organs,’ he said.
    • Dehydration can impair the function of vital organs like the kidneys, brain, and heart.
    • The concept that autologous bone marrow stem cells target a specific organ and replace diseased cells is particularly attractive.
    • Whereas we are now getting used, and will increasingly get used to transplants of other vital organs below the neck.
    • Once the tumor extends to or invades local organs, radiation therapy becomes the mainstay of treatment.
    • Dr Gruer said it looks likely that the infection produces a toxin which enters the circulation and damages vital organs, including the heart.
    • If you want to have specific organs donated, will doctors remove anything else?
  • 2

    • 2.1(agency)

      organismo masculine
      • It is precisely those pivotal organs of government on which we would normally rely for consensual, but authoritative, action in a crisis such as now.
      • Is it a state of affairs where free speech is suppressed by the organs of the State?
      • He or she must not undermine the primacy of democratic law-making by the organs of government directly or indirectly accountable to the people.
      • The service chiefs are very experienced men who reach the head of major organs of the State after a long career experience.
      • That is, the citizens of the states, as well as all other organs of government, were to have an equal voice in constitutional matters.
      • The public service pay conflict marks a further step in the trade unions' transformation into organs of government and big business.
      • Is it acceptable that the management of a state company should ignore fundamental organs of the State?
      • On Monday, a High Court judge challenged law enforcement organs to promote and uphold the interests and aspiration of the community.
      • The Fascist Party and its organs were dissolved amid popular celebration.
      • The media function as organs of the government, disseminating its propaganda line with scant regard for the facts.
      • The president, the parliament including all other organs of the state should be subservient to the constitution that would make the country a responsible state.
      • He said there were now criminals in the country who considered themselves more powerful than the organs of the state.
      • These organs of the global economy are likewise members of the United Nations family.
      • These organisations and their spokesmen say quite openly that what they are concerned with is the issue of violation of human rights by the organs of the state.
      • The Director of Public Prosecutions is independent of the other organs of State in the exercise of his duties.
      • This attitudinal change will not just happen, we the people must require it of our leaders, of our organs of government, of private enterprise, and of ourselves.
      • But over the years this profile has been destroyed and now these critical organs of local government development are mere excess baggage to Government.
      • Federal powers or competencies (or whatever term one chooses to use instead) are assumed by organs of government.
      • They - like the federal and provincial governments - are organs of government over the people.
      • In that state where all the organs of the state and civil society too have been communalised how can one hope for justice within the state?

    • 2.2(mouthpiece)

      órgano masculine
      the organ of the Nationalist Party el órgano del Partido Nacionalista
      • Menand writes for two of the most powerful organs of modern American intellectual culture, The New York Review of Books and The New Yorker.
      • It had a great deal more credibility than the ephemeral, propagandist organs in which radical views were usually aired.
      • This, in itself, is an expression of growing popular mistrust and alienation from the official media organs.
      • Instead, both broadcast news and the print media functioned as semi-official organs of war propaganda.
      • This journal is notated as the official organ of the Institute of Accountants, Commonwealth of Australia.
      • The position doesn't seem to be at all popular amongst the letter writers to the party's official organ The Weekly Worker though.
      • Bret Stephens of the Jersualem Post is shocked at the adulation for Mordechai Vanunu which has been expressed in the media organs of the west.
      • The most vicious outpouring came from the editorial page of the Wall Street Journal, the leading organ of the right in the United States.
      • None of them were mentioned in the People's Daily, the organ of the Commist Party.
      • These are the servers used by Dow Jones, publisher of The Wall Street Journal, Barron's magazine and other organs, for the online editions of its publications.
      • The organ of the free trade party, the journal was published for the next thirty years, under the editorship of Faucher, Karl Braun, and others.
      • He was an editorial writer for the Central Daily News, the chief organ of the ruling Nationalist Party.
      • Marxism Today began life as the theoretical organ of the Communist Party, and later became identified with the Euro-communist faction of the party.
      • The organs of the mainstream media reliably act as the public relations arm of the left, promoting its heroes and trashing its enemies.
      • It was ridiculous to see in this country how some of the leading media organs campaigned for press censorship.
      • In 1896, the People's Party of Knox County published the People's Cause, a weekly party organ.
      • The party organ had been in the news these days for all the wrong reasons.
      • Traditionally liberal organs of big business such as the New York Times adapt to this reactionary climate.
      • The Wall Street Journal is one of the few organs of the print media that have noted the abysmal state of the State Department.
      • It was aired Wednesday morning by People's Daily, the official organ of the government and the party.

  • 3

    órgano masculine
    before noun organ gallery / loft galería del órgano feminine
    • New keyboardist Per Wiberg is the band's secret weapon, his piano, organ, and mellotron giving the album a lush, spooky atmosphere.
    • The poor starving little church mice had chewed their way through the bellows of the church organ.
    • He moved from piano, to pedal organ, through several guitars, harmonica; other instruments too.
    • The dozen instrumentalists are busy with recorder, flute, viols, theorbo, harpsichord and organ.
    • Sandström uses a large orchestra, including many percussion instruments and an organ.
    • Twenty-seven voices and an organ are all that are needed to convey the joy and the mystery of the Christmas message.
    • With the advent of boybands and the use of ever increasing technology in the world of music, one has forgotten the true sound of the guitar accompanied only by the drums and maybe the organ or the piano.
    • There are electronic flourishes all over this record, alongside organs, cellos and pianos.
    • Cornets replaced trumpets, and soft instruments, including the organ, were played in the intervals.
    • To replace the fine organ with an electronic keyboard is bad enough, but to move the altar and remove the pews is quite unthinkable.
    • When organists want to make a massive sound, the full organ, they pull out ‘all the stops,’ allowing virtually every pipe to speak.
    • Clinic combines standard rock instruments with a moody, vintage organ creating a sound that's difficult to describe from a standard rock setup.
    • The organ sounded from the front of the church, the rich tones bringing me out of my reverie.
    • Knitting Needles and Bicycle Bells builds distinctive walls of instrumentation, mostly from organs, pianos, and guitars.
    • It is a song of hope and justice. Use percussion and guitars rather than an organ or piano.
    • The mass is sung by a vocal ensemble of six solo voices doubled by six instruments with organ.
    • Instruments other than the organ were not to be used without the bishop's special permission.
    • The atmosphere is created mostly with pianos and organs, less so the strings of the past few albums.
    • My dad entertained Callum with an array of musical instruments: a guitar, piano, organ, harmonica, and a tin can.
    • The regal sounds of the organ at Westminster Abbey.
    • It was thrilling to hear it being translated into the big sound of the organ.
    • The musical mainstay was the organ, played by James Vivian, who didn't stop for the two and three quarter hours of the performance, except during the recitatives.
    • Well of course the very early organs were all mechanical and there was no electricity because they didn't have any.
    • I also did some detours through the organ world, but piano remained the most important instrument for me.
    • Suddenly, the organ stopped, leaving the stonewalls to echo the last few notes.
    • Other standard stops are similar to those of the organ, including 16 and 4 ranks which add lower and higher octaves.
    • However, Leslie, was unimpressed with the organ's sound quality in the confined spaces of his home.
    • Somehow an organ and a drum kit can sound like Venus' doors swooping wide.
    • One way to help add real analog punch to your software electric piano, organ or even synthesizer is with an instrument preamp.
    • The sounds of the organ and the choir used to mesmerize the faithful in those days.
    • The church was quiet except for the mournful organ and the rustling sound adults made at times like this.
    • Another chord-playing instrument such as an organ or harpsichord also plays the bass line, but adds the chords above it, which are drawn from and match the music in the lines above.
    • He sings sweetly behind a curtain of organs and electronic keyboards.
    • The organ sounded great and the singing was lovely.
    • As Leonora stepped into the church, her entrance was heralded by a startling blast of the church organ, an instrument which had originally been the pride of one of Westing's smaller picture palaces.
    • In England, the sound of the organ, choirboys and a peal of bells instantly springs to mind.
    • So that was the deal I agreed to do, and I agreed to do the score and have a musical background, because United Film had a piano, an organ, and a celeste.
    • His melancholy voice and poetic talk of God and anarchists is compelling, especially with the retro-sounding organ, harmonica and horns.
    • Drums, strange sounds and tones, in addition to the saxes or organs.
    • Similarly, in ‘Darska,’ Rimbaud overlays a stuttering beat with the rising chords of a church organ and voices.