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OP British & World English

Observation post

op British & World English

A surgical operation

Op. British & World English

Opus (before a number given to each work of a particular composer, usually indicating the order of publication)

op- British & World English

variant spelling of ob- assimilated before p (as in oppress, oppugn).

o.p. British & World English

(Of a book) out of print

co-op British & World English

A cooperative society, shop, business, or farm

op-ed British & World English

A newspaper page opposite the editorial page, devoted to personal comment, feature articles, etc.

op-amp British & World English

Operational amplifier

op art British & World English

A form of abstract art that gives the illusion of movement by the precise use of pattern and colour, or in which conflicting patterns emerge and overlap. Bridget Riley and Victor Vasarely are its most famous exponents

pre-op British & World English

short for preoperative.

coin-op British & World English

A machine which is operated by the insertion of coins

op shop British & World English

short for opportunity shop.

post-op British & World English

Post-operative

op. cit. British & World English

In the work already cited

photo op British & World English

informal term for photo opportunity.

operational amplifier British & World English

An amplifier with high gain and high input impedance (usually with external feedback), used especially in circuits for performing mathematical operations on an input voltage

coin-operated British & World English

Operated by inserting coins in a slot

coin-op in coin-operated British & World English

A machine that is coin-operated

co-op English-Spanish

cooperativa f

op art English-Spanish

op-art m

op cit English-Spanish

Op. cit.

pre-op English-Spanish

→ preoperative

op-art Spanish-English

op art

coin-op English-Spanish

→ coin-operated

photo-op English-Spanish

→ photocall


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