[op-ree] /ˈɒp ri/ Dialect
noun, plural opries, adjective
1914, U.S. dialectal pronunciation of opera. Especially in Grand Ole Opry, a radio broadcast of country music from Nashville, registered as a proprietary name 1950.
[ops] /ɒps/ noun 1. the ancient Roman goddess of plenty, and the wife of Saturn and mother of Jupiter: identified with the Greek goddess Rhea. 1. Office of Price Stabilization. [op] /ɒp/ noun 1. . /ɒps/ noun 1. the Roman goddess of abundance and fertility, wife of Saturn Greek counterpart Rhea abbreviation 1. (military) observation […]
language A programming language for rule-based production systems. A rule consists of pre-condition(s) and a resulting action. The system checks its working memory to see if there are rules whose pre-conditions are satisfied, if so, the action in one selected satisfied rule is executed. There is a public domain implementation of an OPS5 interpreter written […]
A commercial version of OPS5.
noun 1. (Austral & NZ, informal) short for opportunity shop