- or|gan|ic [o:ˈgænık US o:r-] adj▬▬▬▬▬▬▬1¦(farming)¦2¦(development)¦3¦(living things)¦4¦(part of something)¦5¦(body organs)¦▬▬▬▬▬▬▬1.) ¦(FARMING)¦relating to farming or gardening methods of growing food without using artificial chemicals, or produced or grown by these methods▪ Organic farming is better for the environment.▪ organic gardeningorganic food/vegetables/milk etc▪ The shop sells organic food.▪ organic wine2.) ¦(DEVELOPMENT)¦change or development which is organic happens in a natural way, without anyone planning it or forcing it to happen▪ The company's path to success was by means of organic growth.3.) ¦(LIVING THINGS)¦living, or produced by or from living things≠ ↑inorganic▪ Adding organic matter such as manure can improve the soil.▪ Bacteria act on organic waste .4.) ¦(PART OF SOMETHING)¦a) an organic system or relationship is one in which the parts or people fit well and in a comfortable way with each other▪ an organic relationship between the individual and his community▪ They believe in the organic unity of the universe.5.) ¦(BODY ORGANS)¦relating to the organs of the body▪ organic diseases>organically [-kli] adv▪ organically produced cheese▪ A writer's style must develop organically.
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