noun, plural P's or Ps, p's or ps.
the sixteenth letter of the English alphabet, a consonant.
any spoken sound represented by the letter P or p, as in pet, supper, top, etc.
something having the shape of a P.
a written or printed representation of the letter P or p.
a device, as a printer's type, for reproducing the letter P or p.
purchase and sales (of stocks in a brokerage house).
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Related Words for pscharacteristic, consuetude, fashion, form, grind, groove, habit, habitude, hang-up, into, manner, mode, normalcy, normality, observance, ordinariness, practice, praxis, precedent, prevalence
the internet domain name for
Also: ps postscript
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1610s, abbreviation of Latin post scriptum (see postscript).
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The symbol for parity.
The symbol for phosphorus.
The symbol for power.
The symbol for pressure.
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