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Meaning of opus

o•pus

Pronunciation: (ō'pus), [key]
— pl. o•pus•es o•pe•ra
  1. a musical composition.
  2. one of the compositions of a composer, usually numbered according to the order of publication.
  3. a literary work or composition, as a book:Abbr.: op. Have you read her latest opus?
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