Definition of spec-ops
noun - uncountable
- "special operations". Military jargon.
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|Definitions include: retarded, or simply unintelligent.|
|Definitions include: in computing, to solve a problem or a bug by detecting for and addressing the specific circumstances that lead to it, rather than writing a more general solution.|
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|Definitions include: anything unique to a business, product, etc.|
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