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"pp." in American English

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pp.plural noun

abbreviation forpages: There is a ​detaileddiscussion on pp. 101–123.
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pp.

written abbreviation forpages: This ​matter is ​discussed in more ​detail on pp. 101–123.
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"pp." in Business English

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pp.

written abbreviation for pages: used to refer to particular ​pages in a ​book or ​document: see pp 56-58
UK COMMUNICATIONS written abbreviation for perpro: written in ​front of a person's ​name when you ​sign a ​letter or ​document for them: Yours ​faithfully, Chris Turner, pp Rebecca Collings
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