Definitions for op

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary


or O.P.

  1. observation post.

    Category: Military


  1. var. of ob- before

    p: oppose.

    Category: Affix


  1. opera.

    Category: Music and Dance

  2. operation.

  3. opposite.

  4. opus.

    Category: Music and Dance


  1. Order of Preachers (Dominican).

    Category: Religion

  2. Also, o.p. out of print.

Origin of O.P.:

< L Ōrdō Praedicātōrum


  1. op(Noun)

    Op art; a style of abstract art.

  2. op(Noun)


    My mother's going in for her knee op today.

  3. op(Verb)

    To promote (an IRC user) to an operator.

The New Hacker's Dictionary

  1. op

    1. In England and Ireland, common verbal abbreviation for ‘operator’, as in system operator. Less common in the U.S., where sysop seems to be preferred. 2. [IRC] Someone who is endowed with privileges on IRC, not limited to a particular channel. These are generally people who are in charge of the IRC server at their particular site. Sometimes used interchangeably with CHOP. Compare sysop.

Anagrams of op

  1. po, Po, po', PO, P.O.

Translations for op

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary


to, or at, a higher or better position

Is the elevator going up?; The office is up on the top floor; She looked up at him; The price of coffee is up again.

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