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Rep, as a word, may refer to:
- Rep (fabric), a ribbed woven fabric made from various materials.
- Johnny Rep, a Dutch former footballer.
- Rep (TV series), a 1982 British comedy TV series
Rep, REP, R.E.P. or rep, as an abbreviation or acronym, may refer to:
- In science and engineering
- Rab escort protein
- Radioisotope electric propulsion
- Release-Reuse Equivalency Principle, one of the principles of object-oriented design.
- REP, an x86 assembly language instruction (abbreviation of repeat).
- Réacteur à Eau Préssurisée, French for Pressurized Water Reactor.
- REP, a pioneer French aircraft and aero engine manufacturer owned by Robert Esnault-Pelterie.
- Resilient Ethernet Protocol, a protocol by Cisco with the goal to replace the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) in some specific Layer 2 network designs.
- Robot Exclusion Protocol
- Röntgen equivalent physical, a unit of exposure to radiation.
- Reasonable expectation of privacy, a legal test in United States constitutional law.
- Rede dos Emissores Portugueses, an amateur radio organization based in Portugal.
- Régiment Étranger de Parachutistes, a French Foreign Legion parachute unit.
- Remedial education program, an instructional program designed for students who have identified deficiencies in core academic skills.
- Repertory theatre
- Repetition (disambiguation)
- Representative (disambiguation)
- Republicans for Environmental Protection, a United States Republican Party organization which supports environmental protection policies.
- Resident Evil Portable, a video game for the PlayStation Portable from the Resident Evil franchise.
- Retail Electricity Provider, a retailer of electric power services in the United States (particularly Texas) and other jurisdictions.
- Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy
- The Republicans (Germany), a political party in Germany.
- The IATA airport code for Siem Reap International Airport in Cambodia.
- Repertories (archival records) of the Court of Aldermen of the City of London, used in footnotes.