pp

PP

  1. prepositional phrase.

pp.

  1. pages.
  2. past participle.
  3. pianissimo.
  4. privately printed.

p.p.

  1. parcel post.
  2. past participle.
  3. per person.
  4. postpaid.

P.P.

  1. parcel post.
  2. parish priest.
  3. past participle.
  4. postpaid.
  5. prepaid.
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Contemporary Examples of pp

Historical Examples of pp

  • One by vertical lines which seem to have been made when the 35 pp.

  • He had sold it to Pp, whose fathers and grandfathers had cultivated it.

    The Dead Command

    Vicente Blasco Ibez

  • Pp had taught him to use the gun, and to shoot his first birds.

    The Dead Command

    Vicente Blasco Ibez

  • It was about the time that Pp married, while his parents were still alive.

    The Dead Command

    Vicente Blasco Ibez

  • He detected in it the skilful hand of Pp and the grace of Margalida.

    The Dead Command

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British Dictionary definitions for pp

pp

abbreviation for
  1. past participle
  2. (in formal correspondence) per pro
  3. privately printed
symbol for
  1. music pianissimo: an instruction to play very quietly

Word Origin for pp

(sense 2) Latin per procurationem: by delegation to

usage

In formal correspondence, when Brenda Smith is signing on behalf of Peter Jones, she should write Peter Jones pp (or per pro) Brenda Smith, not the other way about

pp

PP

abbreviation for
  1. parcel post
  2. prepaid
  3. post-paid
  4. (in prescriptions) post prandium

Word Origin for pp

Latin: after a meal

PP

abbreviation for
  1. Parish Priest
  2. past President

pp.

abbreviation for
  1. pages
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pp in Medicine

PP

abbr.
  1. pyrophosphate
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