Definición de magnum opus en inglés:

magnum opus

Saltos de línea: mag¦num opus
Pronunciación: /ˌmagnəm ˈəʊpəs
 
, ˈɒpəs
 
/

sustantivo (plural magnum opuses or magna opera /ˌmagnə ˈəʊpərə, ˈɒpərə/)

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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  • The comic version may well turn out to be the writer Alan Moore's magnum opus.
  • A central theme of his poetry, as well as of his magnum opus, the novel Doctor Zhivago, is man's destiny in revolutionary times.
  • On the eve of the First World War, having completed his magnum opus Principia Mathematica on which he had toiled for 10 years, Russell was at a loose end.

Origen

late 18th century: from Latin, 'great work'.

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