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LP 1

abbr.
1. Lower Peninsula
2. lumbar puncture

LP 2

 (ĕl′pē′)
n.
A long-playing phonograph record.

[Originally a trademark.]

LP

n
1. (Music, other)
a. a long-playing gramophone record: usually one 12 inches (30 cm) or 10 inches (25 cm) in diameter, designed to rotate at 33 revolutions per minute. Compare EP
b. (as modifier): an LP sleeve.
2. (Film) long play: a slow-recording facility on a VCR which allows twice the length of material to be recorded on a tape from that of standard play

LP

abbreviation for
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) Lord Provost
2. (General Physics) Also: lp low pressure

LP



pl. LPs, LP's.
a phonograph record played at 33? r.p.m.; long-playing record.

L.P.

or l.p.,

low pressure.

Lp(a)

lipoprotein(a).
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.LP - a long-playing phonograph recordLP - a long-playing phonograph record; designed to be played at 33.3 rpm
phonograph record, phonograph recording, disc, platter, record, disk - sound recording consisting of a disk with a continuous groove; used to reproduce music by rotating while a phonograph needle tracks in the groove

LP

noun album, record his first LP since 1986
Translations
أسطوانَه طويلَة الأمَد
dlouhohrající deskaLP
LP
mikrobarázdás lemez
ilgai grojanti plokštelė
apzimejums "Ilgspelejoša skanu plate"
33 1/3 devirlik plâkuzunçalar

LP

N ABBR (Mus) ABBR =long-playing recordelepé m

LP

abbr of long player, long-playing recordLP f

LP

[ˌɛlˈpiː] n abbr =long-playing recordLP m inv, ellepi m inv

LP

(ˌel ˈpiː) noun
long playing record.
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