See also: sp, Sp, sp., s/p, Sp., s.p., ś.p., and

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SP (countable and uncountable, plural SPs)

  1. (horse racing, chiefly Australia) Starting price.
    • 1985, Peter Carey, Illywhacker, Faber and Faber 2003, p. 157:
      He was an atheist, a rationalist, a medical student of no great distinction, an SP punter, a singer of bawdy songs, an acknowledged expert in matters erotic.
    • 1998, David Malouf, A First Place, Vintage 2015, p. 196:
      It was the last time, too, when […] the races dominated the radio on Saturday afternoons and everyone had the number of an SP bookie.
  2. Selling price
  3. (US, military, navy) Shore patrol
  4. (law enforcement) State Police
  5. Slow play
  6. (computing) service pack
  7. (law enforcement) Abbreviation of superintendent.
  8. (Scientology) Initialism of suppressive person.
  9. (biochemistry) substance P
  10. (firearms) Abbreviation of soft point.
  11. State Park
  12. (highways) Spur
  13. (ice skating) Short Program

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SP

  1. Initialism of São Paulo, A state of Brazil.

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DutchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Socialistische Partij.

Proper nounEdit

SP f

  1. Initialism of Socialistische Partij.; the Socialist Party, a left-wing democratic socialist party in the Netherlands.

IndonesianEdit

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SP

  1. Abbreviation of surat peringatan.

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SP

  1. Initialism of São Paulo, the Brazilian state.

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SP

  1. (politics) Initialism of Saadet Partisi (Felicity Party).