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SP

1

abbreviation for

  1. Shore Patrol.
  2. Submarine Patrol.


sp.

2

abbreviation for

  1. special.
  2. species.
  3. specific.
  4. specimen.
  5. spelling.
  6. spirit.

Sp.

3

abbreviation for

  1. Spain.
  2. Spaniard.

s.p.

4

abbreviation for

  1. without issue; childless.

S.P.

5

abbreviation for

  1. Shore Patrol.
  2. Socialist party.
  3. Submarine Patrol.

sp.

1

abbreviation for

  1. special
  2. spp species
  3. specific


Sp.

2

abbreviation for

  1. Spain
  2. Spaniard
  3. Spanish

sp

3

abbreviation for

  1. without issue

SP

4

abbreviation for

  1. standard play: the standard recording speed on a VCR
  2. starting price

noun

  1. slang.
    latest information

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Word History and Origins

Origin of SP1

From Latin sine prōle

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Word History and Origins

Origin of SP1

from Latin sine prole

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Example Sentences

According to Thomson Reuters, 150 of the 500 companies in the SP 500 make 95 to 100 percent of their revenue inside U.S. borders.

You can't just sit back and get what the SP is returning, because that's not nearly enough to retire on!

Unfortunately, almost none of you are the kind of stock pickers who can do better than the SP, year in and year out.

A stock market index like the Dow and the SP 500 may not be the best barometer of national well-being.

In addition, the performance of the Dow (and the SP 500) does say something real about the U.S. economy.

This compression will be vastly increased through the simultaneous opening of the eight circular speaking ports SP.

The numbers in the list coming under these categories are named “—— sp.”

A colourless liquid, possessing a strong ethereal odour, and boiling at 158 Fahr.; sp.

A strong acid is prepared by diluting sulphuric acid to a sp.

The crude Indian arrack, when subjected to distillation until it has a sp.

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