TranslingualEdit

SymbolEdit

XP

  1. An East Asian smiley emoticon representing a happy face sticking out its tongue.

EnglishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

An abbreviation.

NounEdit

XP (uncountable)

  1. (software engineering) Initialism of Extreme Programming.
  2. (medicine) Initialism of Xeroderma Pigmentosum.

NounEdit

XP (plural XP)

  1. (role-playing games) Initialism of Experience Point.
Related termsEdit
experience point

NounEdit

XP (plural XPs)

  1. (motor racing) Abbreviation of extreme prix; xPrix.; from being an extreme grand prix.
Related termsEdit
motorsports

Proper nounEdit

XP

  1. (computing) Ellipsis of Windows XP.

Etymology 2Edit

Combination of prefix P and prefix modifier X.

PrefixEdit

XP

  1. (aviation, military, obsolete, US) eXperimental, Pursuit, fighter (prefix)
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Etymology 3Edit

X is a variable which can stand for letters representing parts of speech such as: N (noun), V (verb), P (preposition), etc.

NounEdit

XP (plural XPs)

  1. (grammar, X-bar theory) Initialism of X Phrase. (a phrase which consists of either: (1) an optional specifier and an X-bar phrase, or (2) a conjunction sandwiched between two other XPs. The X is a "pro-letter" which can be substituted by letters such as N for noun, V for verb, P for preposition, I for inflectional, etc.)
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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Abbreviation.

NounEdit

XP m (plural XPs)

  1. (motor racing) Abbreviation of extrême prix; xPrix.; from grand prix extrême

Related termsEdit

motorsports

Proper nounEdit

XP m

  1. (computing) Ellipsis of Windows XP.