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  1. hector51's Avatar

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    organic

    dear teachers!

    I read a newspaper and I can't understand what "organic" means in this sentence :
    "However, the organic growth in MySpace, combined with today's deal, sets MySpace up to be an important driver for earnings growth for next several years."

    does it mean "to be well organized" (I guess so),thanks so much for your help!!

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    Re: organic

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    In this kind of use, it usually means natural, normal, healthy.
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    Re: organic

    thx for your help!!!

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