Definitions for OPUSˈoʊ pəs; ˈoʊ pər ə, ˈɒp ər ə

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

o•pusˈoʊ pəs; ˈoʊ pər ə, ˈɒp ər ə(n.)(pl.)o•pus•es or, esp. for 2 , o•pe•ra

  1. one of the compositions of a composer, usu. numbered according to the order of publication.

    Category: Music and Dance

  2. a literary work or composition, as a book.

    Category: Literature

Origin of opus:

1695–1705; < L: work, labor, a work

Princeton's WordNet

  1. musical composition, opus, composition, piece, piece of music(noun)

    a musical work that has been created

    "the composition is written in four movements"

Wiktionary

  1. opus(Noun)

    A work of music or set of works with a specified rank in an ordering of a composer's complete published works.

    Beethoven's opus eighteen quartets are considered by many to be the beginning of the Romantic era.

  2. opus(Noun)

    A work, especially of art.

    The painter's last opus was a dedication to all things living, in a surprising contrast to all of his prior work.

  3. Origin: Borrowed from opus.

Freebase

  1. Opus

    Opus is a pop-rock group from Graz, Austria. Formed in 1973, the group remains active today. The band is especially well known for its 1985 single release, "Live Is Life."


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Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

opposite(adjective)

being on the other side of

on the opposite side of town.

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