urinary organ

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Noun1.urinary organ - an organ that separates waste substances from the blood and discharges themurinary organ - an organ that separates waste substances from the blood and discharges them
flame cell - organ of excretion in flatworms
internal organ, viscus - a main organ that is situated inside the body
kidney - either of two bean-shaped excretory organs that filter wastes (especially urea) from the blood and excrete them and water in urine; "urine passes out of the kidney through ureters to the bladder"
apparatus urogenitalis, genitourinary apparatus, genitourinary system, systema urogenitale, urinary apparatus, urinary system, urogenital apparatus, urogenital system - the system that includes all organs involved in reproduction and in the formation and voidance of urine
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