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SP

1.
Shore Patrol.
3.
Submarine Patrol.

sp.

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Sp.

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Also, Sp. Spanish (def 3).

s.p.

1.
without issue; childless.
Origin of s.p.
From the Latin word sine prōle

S.P.

1.
Shore Patrol.
2.
Socialist party.
3.
Submarine Patrol.
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  • You can't afford to squeeze a SP—I mean, break a heart in this fashion.

    It Happened in Egypt C. N. Williamson
  • An' if you've SP'iled your chance in this life, don't you mind.

    Meadow Grass Alice Brown
  • When he had gone Captain Jerry said, "Perez, you're SP'ilin' that boy."

    Cap'n Eri Joseph Crosby Lincoln
  • He could not now recal (SP) his words, but he hoped and he prayed that he had not.

    Luttrell Of Arran Charles James Lever
  • But the colonel is SP'ilin' his temper some with that bow whip.

British Dictionary definitions for SP

sp

abbreviation
1.
without issue
Word Origin
from Latin sine prole

SP

abbreviation
1.
standard play: the standard recording speed on a VCR
2.
starting price
noun
3.
(Brit, slang) latest information

sp.

abbreviation
1.
special
2.
(pl) spp. species
3.
specific

Sp.

abbreviation
1.
Spain
2.
Spaniard
3.
Spanish
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