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OAP

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Welfare
OAPOAP /ˌəʊ eɪ ˈpiː $ ˌoʊ-/ noun [countable] British English 🔊 🔊 PEW (old age pensioner) a person who is old enough to receive a pension from the state 🔊 special rates for OAPs
Examples from the Corpus
OAPShe was an OAP, here for two months because it was cheaper than home.Tickets are available from Meadowbank Sports Centre on priced £3-£10 with reductions for under 16s and OAPs.Tickets are £3 and £2.50 for children and OAPs.Tickets cost £10 on the door for adults and £5 for OAPs.Tickets are £6.70 for adults, £5.50 for OAPs and children under 16 with an adult go free.The prestige number-plate on my Fiasco says OAP 5.How would the OAPs get down town?
From Longman Business DictionaryOAPOAP noun [countable] British English Old Age Pensioner; a person who is old enough to receive a PENSION from the government
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