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  1. o·pus
    IPA[ˈōpəs]
  2. noun

    • 1. a separate composition or set of compositions by a particular composer, usually ordered by date of publication:

    • 2. any artistic work, especially one on a large scale:

      he was writing an opus on Mexico
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: opus, plural noun: opuses

    • noun

      a separate composition or set of compositions.

      an artistic work, especially one on a large scale:

    • noun

      a large and important work of art, music, or literature, especially one regarded as the most important work of an artist or writer.
    • noun

      a Roman Catholic organization of laymen and priests founded in Spain in 1928 with the aim of re-establishing Christian ideals in society.
    • noun

      liturgical worship regarded as humankind's primary duty to God.

      a Roman Catholic organization of laymen and priests founded in Spain in 1928 with the aim of re-establishing Christian ideals in society.

    • noun

      a work of art, music, or literature that is regarded as the most important or best work that an artist, composer, or writer has produced.
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