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op

[ op ]
/ ɒp /
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noun
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Other definitions for op (2 of 8)

OP

or O.P.


observation post.

Other definitions for op (3 of 8)

op-

variant of ob- (by assimilation) before p:oppose.

Other definitions for op (4 of 8)

op.

abbreviation
opera.
operation.
opposite.
opus.

Other definitions for op (5 of 8)

o.p.

abbreviation
out of print.

Other definitions for op (6 of 8)

Op.

abbreviation
opus.

Other definitions for op (7 of 8)

O.P.1

abbreviation
Order of Preachers (Dominican).

Origin of O.P.

1
From Latin Ōrdō Praedicātōrum

Other definitions for op (8 of 8)

O.P.2

abbreviation
observation post.
British Theater. opposite prompt.
out of print.
overproof.
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British Dictionary definitions for op (1 of 3)

OP

abbreviation for
military observation post
Ordo Praedicatorum (the Dominicans)
organophosphate

Word Origin for OP

(for sense 2) Latin: Order of Preachers

British Dictionary definitions for op (2 of 3)

op.

abbreviation for
operation
opus
operator
operational

British Dictionary definitions for op (3 of 3)

o.p.

O.P.


abbreviation for
out of print
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