Ops

Ops

[ops]
noun
the ancient Roman goddess of plenty, and the wife of Saturn and mother of Jupiter: identified with the Greek goddess Rhea.
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OPS

Office of Price Stabilization.
Also, O.P.S.

op

[op]
noun
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OP
 
abbreviation for
1.  military observation post
2.  Ordo Praedicatorum (the Dominicans)
3.  organophosphate
 
[(for sense 2) Latin: Order of Preachers]

Ops (ɒps)
 
n
Greek counterpart: Rhea the Roman goddess of abundance and fertility, wife of Saturn

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op

/op/ n.
1. In England and Ireland, common verbal abbreviation for `operator', as in system operator. Less common in the U.S., where sysop seems to be preferred.
2. [IRC] Someone who is endowed with privileges on IRC, not limited to a particular channel. These are generally people who are in charge of the IRC server at their particular site. Sometimes used interchangeably with CHOP. Compare sysop.
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Computing Dictionary

OPS definition


1. On-line Process Synthesizer.
2. Official Production System.
3. Oracle Parallel Server.
(2003-04-05)

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Abbreviations & Acronyms
op
  1. operation

  2. operative

  3. operator

  4. opportunity

Op
  1. operation

  2. op[tical] art

OP
  1. observation post

  2. operate (shortwave transmission)

  3. operator (shortwave transmission)

  4. Order of Preachers

  5. out of print

  6. outpatient

ops
Ordered to be Printed Senate
OPS
Ophthalmic Photographers' Society
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