veep

[veep] /vip/
noun, Informal.
1.
a vice president.
Also called veepee
[vee-pee] /ˈviˈpi/ (Show IPA)
.
Origin
1945–50, Americanism; from V.P.
Example Sentences for veep
Or perhaps he's joining the veep in an undisclosed location.
The next question is one that should make the veep weep.
British Dictionary definitions for veep
veep (viːp)
 
n
informal a vice president
 
[C20: from the initials VP]

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Word Origin and History for veep
veep
1949, Amer.Eng. headline word, coined from V.P., abbreviation of vice president.
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Slang definitions & phrases for veep

veep

noun

A vice president : Veep Fresco Thomas, Coach Jake Pitler, and Dressen

[1949+; fr pronunciation of vp]


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Related Abbreviations for veep

veep

vice president
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Rhymes with veep

Tile value for veep

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