- verb phrase.
- Also vp, v-p vice president.
- passive verb.
Origin of v.p.
From the New Latin word verbum passīvum
or V. Pres.
- Vice President.
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Examples from the Web for vp
The first has gone up in flames, literally, as his VP would say.American Voters Don’t Get Foreign Policy
July 31, 2014
“Right now, there are no rules,” ABC VP Kevin Brockman said.It’s About Damn Time for a Gay ‘Bachelor’
May 27, 2014
Of course, this type of behavior may make Grimm a good match for VP with Chris Christie in 2016.Why Antics by Several Republicans Suggest the Party Needs Therapy
January 31, 2014
His campaign manager in the VP operation in 2000 was a woman as were his top staffers.The Nasty Cheney Schadenfreude
January 9, 2014
And with pols who had been particularly outspoken in opposing gay rights, the VP could cop quite an attitude.The Cheneys’ Gay Marriage War
November 18, 2013
His smearing with honey, is to no purpose, for the other Bees will eate it vp.A New Orchard And Garden
Thou idst haue me be a dog: vp, stretch and shake, And ready for all day.The Fatal Dowry
He had it in the corral, and he had branded it with his own brand—with a VP.Lonesome Land
B. M. Bower
Then poore Florinda imbraced him, and of long time held him vp, doing all that was possible for his comfort.
Philenio thinking no hurte, toke the cup and filled it with the wyne, and dranke it vp at one draught.
- Vice President
- verb phrase
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