Hindi translation of plus
plusPowered by COBUILD /plʌs प्लस्/
Word forms: pluses or plusses
Definitions and Translations
You use plus to show that one number or quantity is being added to another.
⇒ Two plus two equals four. ⇒ Send a cheque for £18.99 plus £2 for postage and packing.
⇒ x plus y is/equals z ⇒ x plus interest/VAT/tax
Plus before a number or quantity means that the number or quantity is greater than zero.
⇒ Temperatures range from minus 20 degrees at night to plus 20 degrees in the day.
You can use plus when mentioning an additional item or fact.
⇒ The car has enough room for two adults and three children, plus a dog in the boot.
You use plus after a number or quantity to indicate that the actual number or quantity is greater than the one mentioned.
⇒ There are only 35 staff to serve 30,000-plus customers.
5. countable noun
A plus is an advantage or benefit. [informal]
⇒ Experience in sales is a big plus.
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Example Sentences Including 'plus'
That told the man who got us out to head for a certain rendezvous, plus the signal which you sent.Cover Story
Low mileage, one previous owner, swap plus cash considered'.INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
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'plus' in Other Languages
- Arabic: زائِداً
- Brazilian Portuguese: mais
- Chinese: 加上
- Croatian: plus
- Czech: plus
- Danish: plus
- Dutch: plus
- European Spanish: más
- Finnish: plus
- French: plus
- German: plus
- Greek: συν
- Italian: più
- Japanese: ･･･を加えて
- Korean: ...을 더하여
- Norwegian: pluss
- Polish: więcej
- Portuguese: mais
- Romanian: plus
- Russian: плюс
- Spanish: más
- Swedish: plus
- Thai: เพิ่มอีก
- Turkish: ayrıca
- Ukrainian: плюс
- Vietnamese: cộng thêm
Translation of plus from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary