Examples of op in a Sentence
I have my op tomorrow.
Recent Examples of op from the Web
After praising Vladimir Putin on Russian TV and sharing a photo op with Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Lindsay Lohan has found a new strongman to cozy up to.
Taylor not having a Fourth of July party isn’t anything to cry a river about (there’s always next year), but Karlie’s photo-op with Kendall could mean the beginning of the end for the squad.
Ellie Knechtel and Joe Leluga won top honors for newspaper op-ed writing and Payton Havermann and Jacob Young for broadcast news feature.
Students who participate through co-op classes cook food, wash dishes, handle sales and clean up.
A community group led by local food justice activists has already formed to develop a co-op with community input in a neighborhood to be determined.
First synthesized in 1962 by Parke-Davis, ketamine was created to replace PCP, a powerful anesthetic that had one slight drawback: severe hallucinations that could trigger post-op psychosis.
In an op-ed for Newsweek, Schoettes, counsel and HIV project director at Lambda Legal, said the White House had not sought the council's input when formulating HIV policy.
Jay Ambrose is an op-ed columnist for Tribune News Service.
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First Known Use of op
Definition of op
1 operation; operative; operator
Definition of OP
1 observation post
2 out of print
OP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of op for English Language Learners
: a medical operation
: a set of planned actions for a particular purpose
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