a tall, narrow window.
- Loop through
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 […]
[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.