American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. data processing
- abbr. dew point
- abbr. displaced person
- abbr. double play
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Chemical symbol of decipium.
- An abbreviation of Diploma in Public Health.
- An abbreviation of distributing post-office.
- An abbreviation of Doctor of Physical Science.
- Director of Photography
- displaced person, an obsolete term for a refugee
- Sexual slang for double penetration
- Dynamic Positioning
- abbr. grammar determiner phrase
- n. a person forced to flee from home or country
“Miller would bring a stack of T-shirts with the phrase "DP Buster" splashed across the front whenever he worked with a team, awarding one to players who broke up a double play with a take-out slide.”
“I love the title DP gave the article "Denver's pot license process often hazy" ..”
“The new RTCA DP Instrument (DP is short for dual plate) is applicable for flexible low-throughput research assays and uses up to three 16-well plates for simultaneous experiments.”
“However, let's remember that the DP is a news aggregator site, and in terms of punditry we should be comparing ourselves to "Roger's Rants" rather than the DP.”
“I'm pleased to say here that I've never noticed this "politicalness" in DP's writings -- could this be, perhaps, because DP is an old fart who doesn't give a sh*t about what rifle manufacturers and ammunition manufacturers think?”
“Not to mention – in the film hierarchy nowadays, the DP is right there under the Director and so he is key in making the film look as good as it does – the actor, on the other hand, is not.”
“DP is a distinct design that feels right in a multitude of settings.”
“DP is a romantic suspense anthology headlined by Sherrilyn Kenyon.”
“DP is really expensive here in Australia but I might just give this a go next time I come across some.”
“We recently got our Dublin DP at a convenience store in Tolar.”
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