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English translation of 'Organ'

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Organ

[ɔrˈɡaːn ]
neuter nounWord forms: Organs genitive , Organe plural
1.  (medicine, biology) organ
2.  (informal) (Stimme) voice
3.  (Behörde, Einrichtung, Zeitschrift) organ
die ausführenden Organe the executors
wir sind nur ausführendes Organ we are only responsible for implementing orders
beratendes Organ advisory body

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Example Sentences Including 'Organ'

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Der Reichstag, das höchste staatliche Organ , verfügt a jedoch nicht über alle Rechte in letzter Instanz.
Bentzien, Hans Unterm roten und schwarzen Adler
Kafkaeske Verzweiflung, Bertelsmann als Opfer einer Verschwörung mit Roeder als ausführendem Organ ?
Die Tageszeitung (2000)
Sein höchstes Organ ist der Bundesrat als Vertretung der Einzelstaaten (achtundfünfzig Personen), den Vorsitz hat der Reichskanzler inne.
Bentzien, Hans Unterm roten und schwarzen Adler
Taten gegen den " Wortbruch " der Bonner Koalition, um zu verhindern, daß sich die Regierung als " nur noch ausführendes Organ " der Arbeitgeberverbände aufführe.
Die Tageszeitung (1996)
es gelte als " besonderes Organ ", das " die vom Volk ausgehende Staatsgewalt " ausübe.
Der Spiegel

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'Organ' in Other Languages

British English: organ /ˈɔːɡən/ NOUN
part of the body An organ is a part of your body that has a particular purpose, for example your heart or your lungs.
...the liver and other organs.
  • American English: organ body part
  • Arabic: عُضُوٌّ فِي الْـجَسَدِ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: órgão corpo
  • Chinese: 器官
  • Croatian: organ
  • Czech: orgán
  • Danish: organ
  • Dutch: orgaan lichaamsdeel
  • European Spanish: órgano instrumento
  • Finnish: elin
  • French: organe
  • German: Organ Koerper
  • Greek: όργανο μέρος του σώματος
  • Italian: organo
  • Japanese: 臓器
  • Korean: 기관 신체부분
  • Norwegian: organ
  • Polish: narząd
  • European Portuguese: órgão corpo
  • Romanian: organ
  • Russian: орган часть тела
  • Latin American Spanish: órgano parte del cuerpo
  • Swedish: organ
  • Thai: อวัยวะต่างๆ
  • Turkish: organ
  • Ukrainian: óрган
  • Vietnamese: cơ quan trong cơ thể

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