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opnoun [C]

uk   /ɒp/  us   /ɑːp/

op noun [C] (OPERATION)

UK informal a medical operation: How long did you take to recover from your op?

op noun [C] (OPPORTUNITY)

an opportunity: a photo op (= a chance for a politician, etc. to be photographed looking good or doing good things)
Translations of “op”
in Chinese (Traditional) 手術…
in Chinese (Simplified) 手术…
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