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What does HIP stand for?
HIP stands for Hearing Impaired Person
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of HIP
We have 318 other meanings of HIP in our Acronym Attic
- Hazard Identification Process
- Hazard Insurance Premium
- Health Improvement Program (various organizations)
- Health in Practice (various locations)
- Health in Pregnancy (UK)
- Health Information Place
- Health Information Professional
- Health Insurance Plan
- Healthcare Incentive Plan
- Healthy Indiana Plan
- Help for Incontinent People (now NAFC: National Association For Continence)
- Helsinki Institute of Physics (Helsinki, FI)
- High Injection Pressure
- High Intensity Pilates (exercise)
- High Intensity Proton
- High-Impedance Probe
- Higher Intermediate Fare Check (airfare construction)
- Highly Important Person
- Highly Integrated Photonics
- Highway Improvement Program (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
ISLAMABAD, September 30, 2009 (Balochistan Times): Federal Minister for Social Welfare and Special Education Samina Khalid Ghurki announced 50 percent concession for physically handicapped, mentally retarded and hearing impaired persons on any Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) travelling.
The event is open to any young visually or hearing impaired person, and takes place at the Harton and Westoe Welfare Ground in South Shields (10.
At issue was the utilization of public funds to provide sign language interpreters for hearing impaired persons when they were using the British Columbia medicare services.
It is virtually impossible for a hearing impaired person to hear his name under these circumstances.
If someone is ignoring the person, explain to him or her that the hearing impaired person is interested in what is being said.