LP

plural LPs, LP's.
a phonograph record played at 331/3 r.p.m.; long-playing record.

mini-LP, noun, plural mini-LPs, mini-LP's.
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L.P.

1.
long primer.
2.
low pressure.
Also, l.p.
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LP1
 
n
1.  a.  Compare EP a long-playing gramophone record: usually one 12 inches (30 cm) or 10 inches (25 cm) in diameter, designed to rotate at 331⁄3 revolutions per minute
 b.  (as modifier): an LP sleeve
2.  long play: a slow-recording facility on a VCR which allows twice the length of material to be recorded on a tape from that of standard play

LP2
 
abbreviation for
1.  (in Britain) Lord Provost
2.  Also: lp low pressure

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Word Origin & History

LP
1948, abbreviation of long-playing phonograph record.
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
LP
  1. limited partnership

  2. liquid petroleum

  3. liquid propane

  4. long-playing record

  5. Lower Peninsula [of Michigan] lumbar puncture

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Example sentences for lp
It was also based on the peel recordings, with many variations from the lp.
Played backwards, the last element of the original lp loop that is sgt.
Follies was truncated to a single lp missing four songs and abridging many of the others.
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