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ESP

 (ē′ĕs-pē′)
n.
The supposed ability to perceive events and information by means other than the physical senses.

[e(xtra)s(ensory) p(erception).]
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esp

abbreviation for
especially

ESP

abbreviation for
1. (Psychology) extrasensory perception
2. (Education) English for Specific (or Special) Purposes: the technique of teaching English to students who need it for a particular purpose, such as business dealings
3. (Automotive Engineering) electronic stability programme: an electronic system that automatically stabilizes a road vehicle that is being oversteered or is in danger of rolling over by selectively applying individual brakes
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ESP

extrasensory perception: perception or communication outside of normal sensory capability, as in telepathy and clairvoyance.

esp.

especially.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ESP - apparent power to perceive things that are not present to the sensesESP - apparent power to perceive things that are not present to the senses
parapsychology, psychic phenomena, psychic phenomenon - phenomena that appear to contradict physical laws and suggest the possibility of causation by mental processes
foreknowledge, precognition - knowledge of an event before it occurs
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Translations

ESP

N ABBR
1. =extrasensory perceptionpercepción f extrasensorial
2. =English for Special Purposes
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ESP

abbr of extrasensory perceptionASW f
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Gleb Alekseenko (Ukr), Ivan Ponomarenko (Russia) and Lopez Perez (Esp), Lozan Kristian (Russia) have also reached in the men's double final event.
Summit ESP, an electric submersible pump (ESP) and surface pumping systems provider for the oil & gas industry, is commemorating its 7,000th ESP installation during the fourth quarter of 2016.
Jackson Creek Investments is a wholly owned subsidiary of Energy Security Partners, ESP officials said, adding that the overall land deal involved "multiple parcels owned by three different landowners."
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With our new model, we were able to bring the Pressure Vessels and Piping Division into the ESP fold to join the Petroleum Division (PD), the Piping Systems Division (PSD) and the Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering Division (OOAE).