Np


Physics.

neper; nepers.

Definition for np (2 of 5)

Np

Symbol, Chemistry.


Definition for np (3 of 5)

NP

noun phrase.

Definition for np (4 of 5)

n.p.


Definition for np (5 of 5)

N.P.

new paragraph.
nisi prius.
no protest.
notary public.

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Examples from the Web for np

  • Hence if N is the point of contact, NP must be normal to the traced curve.

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  • Richard examined every bucketful of earth as he pulled it np.

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British Dictionary definitions for np (1 of 4)

np

1

abbreviation for

printing new paragraph
law nisi prius
no place of publication

British Dictionary definitions for np (2 of 4)

np

2

the internet domain name for

Nepal

British Dictionary definitions for np (3 of 4)

Np

symbol for

neper

the chemical symbol for

neptunium

British Dictionary definitions for np (4 of 4)

NP

abbreviation for

neuropsychiatric
neuropsychiatry
Also: np Notary Public
noun phrase

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Medicine definitions for np (1 of 2)

Np

The symbol for the elementneptunium

Medicine definitions for np (2 of 2)

NP

abbr.

nurse practitioner
neuropsychiatry

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Science definitions for np (1 of 2)

Np

The symbol for neptunium.

Science definitions for np (2 of 2)

neptunium

[ nĕp-tōōnē-əm ]

Np

A silvery, radioactive metallic element of the actinide series. It occurs naturally in minute amounts in uranium ores and is produced artificially as a byproduct of plutonium production. Its longest-lived isotope is Np 237 with a half-life of 2.1 million years. Atomic number 93. See Periodic Table.

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