d.p

D.P.

1.
data processing.
2.
displaced person.
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d.p.

(in prescriptions) with a proper direction.

Origin:
< Latin dīrēctiōne prōpriā

displaced person

noun
a person driven or expelled from his or her homeland by war, famine, tyranny, etc. Abbreviation: DP, D.P.

Origin:
1940–45

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displaced person
 
n
DP a person forced from his home or country, esp by war or revolution

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