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TP

or t.p.

[ tee-pee ]
/ ˈtiˈpi /
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noun
verb (used with or without object) TP'd, TP·ing.
to cover a house, a tree, or other structure, usually on someone’s home property, with strips of toilet paper, as a prank: We TP’d the English teacher’s house last Halloween.
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Origin of TP

First recorded in 1940–45 for def. 1, and in 1960–65 for def. 2; T(oilet) P(aper)

Other definitions for TP (2 of 3)

t.p.

abbreviation
title page.
Surveying. turning point.

Other definitions for TP (3 of 3)

tp.

abbreviation
township.
troop.
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British Dictionary definitions for TP

tp

the internet domain name for
East Timor
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