The response to social protest will inevitably continue to involve the overly powerful public security apparatus.
What does OP stand for?
OP stands for Overly Powerful
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
See other definitions of OP
We have 29 other meanings of OP in our Acronym Attic
- Output (Hyper Logo command)
- Output Power
- Outreach Program
- Outsource Philippines
- Ouvrier Professionnel (French: Professional Worker)
- Over Powered (gaming)
- Over-Proof (of alcohol)
- Overland Park (Kansas)
- Overlap Pulsing
Samples in periodicals archive:
Japan: Japan on Wednesday launched a new independent nuclear regulatory body in response to claims that cosy relationships and an overly powerful industry were responsible for the disaster at Fukushima.
It is stubby and doesn't look overly powerful when compared to other black powder cartridges that appeared in the decade or so after it.
The plainest of the range with its one-piece grille, the 4, immediately hit it off with that section of the market which demanded a large car without the expense of an overly powerful engine.
The plainest of the range with its one-piece grille, the 4 immediately hit it off with that section of the market which demanded a large car without the expense of an overly powerful engine.
Staff are currently being balloted on whether to take strike action over plans to reform its pension scheme and its rivals accuse it of being overly powerful.
He said there was "no question" Birmingham had been viewed as overly powerful in the past, but added: "Those days are gone now.
In the current trial, the first eight sessions of PFPP focused on treating acute panic symptoms through active exploration of thoughts and feelings linked to panic symptoms and elaboration of core conflicts over the dependency on others who are perceived as overly powerful.