ESP



1.
extrasensory perception: perception or communication outside of normal sensory capability, as in telepathy and clairvoyance.
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especially
abbreviation
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extrasensory perception
2.
English for Specific (or Special) Purposes: the technique of teaching English to students who need it for a particular purpose, such as business dealings
3.
electronic stability programme: an electronic system that automatically stabilizes a road vehicle that is being oversteered or is in danger of rolling over by selectively applying individual brakes
n.

1934, initialism for extra-sensory perception.

ESP abbr.
extrasensory perception

1. Extra Simple Pascal. Subset of Pascal.
2. Econometric Software Package. Statistical analysis of time series. “Econometric Software Package, User’s Manual”, J.P. Cooper, Graduate School of Business, U Chicago. Sammet 1978.
3. Extended Self-containing Prolog.
4. An early symbolic mathematics system.
[A. Rom, Celest Mech 3:331-345 (1971)].
(1994-12-08)
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English for Specific Purposes
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extrasensory perception
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Spain-peseta (currency)
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