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VPnoun [C]

abbreviation forvicepresident
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"VP" in British English

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VP

uk   us   /ˌviːˈpiː/ US
abbreviation for vice president
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"VP" in Business English

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VPnoun [C]

uk   us  
MANAGEMENT, HR abbreviation for Vice ​President: someone in ​charge of one of the ​mainparts of an ​organization: He's now the ​executive VP of the ​company.VP of human resources/marketing/sales She ​spent 16 ​years as a VP of ​marketing.
GOVERNMENT, POLITICS abbreviation for Vice ​President: the politician directly below the ​President of the US: The VP is the ​President of the US Senate.
(Definition of VP from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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