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wap

[wop, wap] /wɒp, wæp/
verb (used with or without object), wapped, wapping, noun
1.
whop.

WAP

1.
wireless application protocol: a protocol for transferring documents, especially Web pages, over a computer network to cellular phones and other handheld wireless devices.
Origin of WAP
1995-2000
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WAP

/wæp/
noun acronym
1.
Wireless Application Protocol: a global application that enables mobile phone users to access the internet and other information services
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Word Origin and History for wap
n.

"a hit, a blow," late 14c., probably of imitative origin. The verb (late 14c.) originally meant "to throw quickly or with violence," and in slang c.1560-1730 it meant "to copulate" (usually used in reference to women).

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