"μP" meaning in English

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Noun

Forms: μPs [plural]
Head templates: {{en-noun}} μP (plural μPs)
  1. (computing) Abbreviation of microprocessor. Tags: abbreviation, alt-of Alternative form of: microprocessor Categories (topical): Computing Related terms: μC

Inflected forms

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