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o.p.

1.
out of print.

O.P.1

1.
Order of Preachers (Dominican).
Origin of O.P.1
From the Latin word Ōrdō Praedicātōrum

O.P.2

1.
observation post.
2.
British Theater. opposite prompt.
3.
out of print.
4.

OP

or O.P

1.
observation post.
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o.p.

abbreviation
1.
out of print

OP

abbreviation
1.
(military) observation post
2.
Ordo Praedicatorum (the Dominicans)
3.
organophosphate
Word Origin
(for sense 2) Latin: Order of Preachers
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op

noun

  1. A telegrapher (1931+ Railroad)
  2. A private detective: one of your ops (1926+)
  3. Operations •In the plural: special ops

[fr operator or operative]

op

adjective

Other people's: OP. Other people's money

[1901+; perhaps a translation of Yiddish yenems]

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