Ops



[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.
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/ɒps/
noun
1.
the Roman goddess of abundance and fertility, wife of Saturn Greek counterpart Rhea
abbreviation
1.
(military) observation post
2.
Ordo Praedicatorum (the Dominicans)
3.
organophosphate

noun

[fr operator or operative]

adjective

Other people’s: OP. Other people’s money

[1901+; perhaps a translation of Yiddish yenems]

1. On-line Process Synthesizer.
2. Official Production System.
3. Oracle Parallel Server.
(2003-04-05)
Ordered to be Printed Senate
Ophthalmic Photographers’ Society
1.
operation
2.
operative
3.
operator
4.
opportunity
1.
operation
2.
op[tical] art
1.
observation post
2.
operate (shortwave transmission)
3.
operator (shortwave transmission)
4.
Order of Preachers
5.
out of print
6.
outpatient

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