To process each element of a list of things. “Hold on, I’ve got to loop through my paper mail.” Derives from the computer-language notion of an iterative loop; compare “cdr down” (under cdr), which is less common among C and Unix programmers. ITS hackers used to say “IRP over” after an obscure pseudo-op in the MIDAS PDP-10 assembler.
[loop-th uh-loop] /ˈlup ðəˈlup/ noun 1. an airplane maneuver in which a plane, starting upward, makes one complete vertical loop. 2. a ride in an amusement park that simulates this maneuver.
noun, Sewing. 1. any stitch, as the chain stitch, that uses loops in the pattern or process of working.
noun 1. . noun 1. a formal outfit for a boy composed of a hip-length jacket and knee-length pants, often in black velvet, and a wide, lacy collar and cuffs, usually worn with a broad sash at the waist and sometimes a large, loose bow at the neck, popular in the late 19th century.
noun, plural Lord Chancellors. 1. the highest judicial officer of the British crown: law adviser of the ministry, keeper of the great seal, presiding officer in the House of Lords, etc. noun 1. (Brit, government) the cabinet minister who is head of the judiciary in England and Wales and Speaker of the House of Lords