EnglishEdit

NounEdit

PO (plural POs)

  1. Initialism of post office.
  2. (business) Initialism of purchase order.
  3. (law enforcement) Initialism of police officer.
  4. (law enforcement) Initialism of probation officer.
  5. Initialism of principal officer.

AdverbEdit

PO (not comparable)

  1. (pharmacology) Initialism of per os.

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ChineseEdit

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from English post.

PronunciationEdit


VerbEdit

PO

  1. (chiefly Taiwanese Mandarin, slang) to post online; to upload something online
    網友PO上網鬥狗畫面周圍口音穿著推測應該對岸鬥狗比賽 [MSC, trad.]
    网友PO上网斗狗画面周围口音穿着推测应该对岸斗狗比赛 [MSC, simp.]
    From: 2009, TVBS, 血腥鬥狗PO上網 愛狗人士批殘忍
    Zhè shì wǎngyǒu pōu shàngwǎng, dòugǒu de huàmiàn, cóng zhōuwéi kǒuyīn hé rén de chuānzhuó, tuīcè yīnggāi shì duì'àn de dòugǒu bǐsài [Pinyin]
    This is a video of a dog fight that some netizens posted online. From the people's accents and clothing, one can speculate that this is a dog fighting match held on the other side of the strait (Mainland).

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PolishEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /pɛ ɔ/
  • (file)

Proper nounEdit

PO n or f

  1. Platforma Obywatelska (Citizens' Platform), a Polish conservative-liberal political party