Synonyms of 'plus'
advantageDictionary, benefit, asset
A big plus is that the data can be stored on a PC.
A good crowd will be a definite advantage to the team.
I'm a great believer in the benefits of this form of therapy.
Her leadership qualities were a great asset to the party.
He buys art solely for financial gain.
Optional extras including cooking tuition.
Anything else would be a bonus.
perk (British , informal)
a company car, private medical insurance and other perks
icing on the cake
additionalDictionary, added, extra
Accessibility is the other plus point of the borough.
usage note:When you have a sentence with more than one subject linked by and, this makes the subject plural and means it should take a plural verb: the doctor and all the nurses were (not was) waiting for the patient. However, where the subjects are linked by plus, together with, or along with, the number of the verb remains just as it would have been if the extra subjects had not been mentioned. Therefore you would say the doctor, together with all the nurses, was (not were) waiting for the patient.
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You use added to say that something has more of a particular thing or quality.
For added protection, choose moisturising lipsticks with sunscreen.
Additional things are extra things apart from the ones already present.
The US is sending additional troops to the region.
Thesaurus for plus from the Collins English Thesaurus
You say plus to show that one number or quantity is being added to another.