# Associations to the word «Np»

## Noun

- Graph
- Polynomial
- Clique
- Optimization
- Approximation
- Hardness
- Predicate
- Rp
- Complexity
- Noun
- Sat
- Pu
- Pronoun
- Possessor
- Algorithm
- Verb
- Coloring
- Petersburg
- Integer
- Kc
- Vertex
- Prob
- Theorem
- Lem
- Problem
- Nd
- Complement
- Clause
- Apartheid
- Steiner
- Equivalence
- Constituent
- Antecedent
- Subset
- Keyword
- Ds
- Phrase
- Sn
- Computation
- Salesman
- Permutation
- Methodology
- Det
- Constraint
- Mb
- Deletion
- Spokane
- Ag
- Polygon
- Adjective
- Poly
- Conjecture
- Derivation
- Generalization
- Proof
- Gradient
- Node
- Exp
- Partition
- Sentence
- Hierarchy
- Leningrad
- Semantics

## Adjective

## Adverb

## Wiktionary

NP, symbol. (element symbol) Symbol for neptunium.

NP, symbol. Symbol for neper.

NP, symbol. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Nepal.

NP, symbol. (computer science) The class of problems whose solutions can be checked in polynomial time.

NP, abbreviation. Notary public

NP, abbreviation. Nurse practitioner

NP, abbreviation. National park

NP, abbreviation. (linguistics) noun phrase

NP, abbreviation. (Internet) now playing.

NP, abbreviation. (Internet) no problem.

NP, abbreviation. (South Africa) National Party

NP, abbreviation. (nanotechnology) nanoparticle.

NP, noun. (computing theory) Abbreviation of "non-deterministic polynomial"; the complexity class of computational problems that a non-deterministic Turing machine can solve in polynomial time.

NP, abbreviation. (text messaging) (Internet) No problem; it was nothing; it's ok; don't mention it; you're welcome.

NP, abbreviation. No pagination

NP, abbreviation. No place (of publication)

## Dictionary definition

NP, noun. A radioactive transuranic metallic element; found in trace amounts in uranium ores; a by-product of the production of plutonium.

NP, noun. A registered nurse who has received special training and can perform many of the duties of a physician.

## Wise words

Abuse of words has been the great instrument of sophistry
and chicanery, of party, faction, and division of society.