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oppo

[ op-oh ]
/ ˈɒp oʊ /
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noun Informal.
Also op·po re·search . opposition research: She claims she never ordered oppo on the candidates.
an opponent or opponents; the opposition: It's essential to get to know your oppo.
opposite (defs. 6, 7): I don’t know why she told you that when I really said just the oppo.In this context, "sad" is the oppo of "fortunate."
Verb Phrases
go oppo, Baseball Informal. to hit the ball uncharacteristically into the opposite field, which for a right-handed batter means hitting the ball into right field and for a left-handed batter means hitting the ball into left field: The infield was expecting a shot between first and second, but the left-handed Lomak went oppo and drove one right through the hole near third base.
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Origin of oppo

First recorded in 1990–95; by shortening
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