sup
Pronunciation Verb

sup (sups, present participle supping; past and past participle supped)

  1. To sip; to take a small amount of food or drink into the mouth, especially with a spoon.
    • There I'll sup / Balm and nectar in my cup.
Noun

sup (plural sups)

  1. A sip; a small amount of food or drink.
    • 1936, George Orwell, Keep the Aspidistra Flying, chapter 8
      A long, long sup of beer flowed gratefully down his gullet.
Verb

sup (sups, present participle supping; past and past participle supped)

  1. To take supper.
    • 1883, Robert Louis Stevenson, Treasure Island
      ...I propose we should have up the cold pie, and let him sup.
    • 1879, Bram Stoker, Dracula
      I pray you, be seated and sup how you please. You will, I trust, excuse me that I do not join you; but I have dined already, and I do not sup.
Interjection
  1. (slang) what's up (either as a greeting or actual question)
    Sup?
    — Not much.
    Synonyms: wassup, wudup
Adjective

sup (not comparable)

  1. (physics) Being or relating to the squark that is the superpartner of an up quark.
Noun

sup (plural sups)

  1. (informal) Superintendent.
Noun

sup (plural sups)

  1. (mathematics) Upper limit.
Noun

sup (plural sups)

  1. A stand-up paddleboard

SUP
Proper noun
  1. Acronym of Sailors' Union of the Pacific
  2. Acronym of Socialist Unity Party
  3. Acronym of Scottish Unionist Party
  4. Acronym of Stanford University Press
  5. Acronym of Software Upgrade Protocol
Noun

sup (uncountable)

  1. Acronym of Stand up paddle surfing
  2. Acronym of selective ultraviolet phototherapy



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