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44.
SP
1. Special Patrol. A grafiti gang in Australia.
2. Sick Posse.
3. Smoke POT.
4. Straight-out Player.
1. "SP is well represented."
2. "I been chilling with an SP lately."
3. "Keen to SP? Cool, Let's bounce."
4. "Man, that SP has all the bitches."
από Diego 14 Αύγουστος 2003
 
1.
SP
Sex Party

The #1 answer to all the questions.
John: Hey, what did we do in class yesterday?
Brasil: SP.
John: Bitch! Don't lie to me!
από BrasilStyle 24 Απρίλιος 2009
 
2.
SP
spelling
after a word you just type and you're not sure of the spelling, just put (sp?); means the spelling of the word is probably wrong.

EXAMPLE: This exmple (sp?) sucks. NOTICE how I spelled "Example" wrong.
από Steve 8 Μάιος 2003
 
3.
sp?
Text slang popularized by the instant messaging age, used to ask if the spelling of a preceding word is correct. Seen more often in discussion forums where grammar is emphasized.
My friend had pneumonia (sp?)
από Shendal 7 Ιούνιος 2006
 
4.
sp
(Sexual) service provider; courtesan; prostitute
The Canadian Escort Review Board has a SP-only section to warn each other of bad johns.
από 42i4o25 11 Απρίλιος 2009
 
5.
sp
'Suppressive Person' as coined by self-proclaimed Scientologist, Tom Cruise in the ever increasingly popular interview seen on youtube where he can not control his laughter and brags about stopping to help people who are in accidents along the highway.
"They said: 'so, like... have you met an SP?'" <cackling laughs> "And I looked at them and...You know..."
"And I thought how what a beautiful thing because maybe one day it will be like that. You know what I'm saying? Maybe one day it will be that..." <can't control his laughs> "Wow, SPs, like, they'll just read about those in the history books, you know." --Tom Cruise
από mrd00d 17 Ιανουάριος 2008
 
6.
sp.
The most widely-used abbreviation for the word "spelling".
Alright, who uranated in the teapot again? {sp. intentional}
από Telephony 15 Φεβρουάριος 2012
 
7.
SP
Short for "Starting Price". Originally a gambling term for the odds that would pay-out on horse races. In modern usage it is a generic term used when one wishes to receive a clear and concise response. Similar to an "executive summary". Used in the UK in the same way as "bottom line" in the USA.
Reg: What's the SP on that Richard of yours?
Johnny; Judy? Fine no problem.
από ALT-F4 24 Νοέμβριος 2012