reverse Polish notation
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reverse Polish notation (uncountable)
 (arithmetic) an arithmetic notation in which numbers precede the operators to be applied to them.
 Back in my day, we had reverse Polish notation calculators: You had to write "2 4 3 * +" instead of "2 + 4 * 3".
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an arithmetic notation

