noun, often capitalized O&E often attributive \ˈäp-ˈed\

: an essay in a newspaper or magazine that gives the opinion of the writer and that is written by someone who is not employed by the newspaper or magazine

Full Definition of OP-ED

:  a page of special features usually opposite the editorial page of a newspaper; also :  a feature on such a page

Origin of OP-ED

short for opposite editorial
First Known Use: 1970


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