ÓPera comes from the Italian language and refers to the play whose text is sung with the accompaniment of an orchestra. The term is applied to name the work, the dramatic poem destined for this type of representation, the genre that groups these works, the typical music of the genre and the theater built to represent operas.
From the Latin fungus, a fungus is a eukaryotic organism that belongs to the Fungi kingdom. Fungi form a polyphyletic group (there is no common ancestor to all members) and are parasites or live on decomposing organic materials. The cell walls of fungi are formed by chitin.
The word bacteria comes from a Greek term that means "cane." It is a single-celled prokaryotic microorganism that can cause disease, fermentation or rot in living beings or organic matter. Because they are prokaryotic cells, they lack a nucleus or internal organelles.
Interview is a term that is linked to the verb interview (the action of developing a talk with one or more people in order to talk about certain topics and with a specific purpose). Example of phrases where the term appears: "In the next issue of the magazine we will publish an exclusive interview with Manu Ginobili", "Tomorrow I have a job interview at the center", "After the interview with the doctor, we will decide what are the steps to follow" .
Throughout history, the human being has developed different ways of exercising a government, with structures and norms of the most diverse. One of them is the monarchy, where the most important position of the State is life-long (it is occupied until death) and is generally designated by inheritance (power is received from the father or another relative).
The concept of function has its origin in the Latin term functĭo. The word can be used in various fields and with different meanings. For example, a function is the representation of an artistic work. The theatrical function is the representation that is performed live in a theater, while it is also called the function of the exhibition of a movie in theaters.