Definition of 'plus'
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The big plus was we got the goal and a clean sheet. The Sun (2017)But the pressure of two jobs plus motherhood forced her to bow out. The Sun (2016)He has one plus one year in the club. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His pace and movement was a real plus and should boost his confidence going back to his club. The Sun (2016)They sent out an email appeal saying at least half its team of four plus one reserve should not be men. The Sun (2016)You'll have smart ideas at work plus a quiet determination to succeed. The Sun (2016)Texts cost 1 plus your standard network charge. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The location is another plus. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And at work your interesting ideas, plus an eye for detail, impress the bosses. The Sun (2016)Your ability to solve problems for other people is a real plus factor. The Sun (2009)Thirteen tricks and doubled slam made plus one. Times, Sunday Times (2016)From plus to minus to not at all? Times, Sunday Times (2012)Working with a team who want you to do well is a big plus. The Sun (2013)This is such a plus factor at work and when you have choices to make. The Sun (2011)You will be charged for one standard text message plus donation. The Sun (2014)He is an intelligent footballer and to have him come into the club is another plus. The Sun (2009)You can think fast and act decisively and this is such a plus factor at home. The Sun (2013)The plus side is that it gives you so many more options. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Ferry crossings for car and driver plus three passengers are included. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It was a real plus for me. Times, Sunday Times (2012)With only major pieces on the board plus opposite bishops one might expect that this position would be equal. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Those who are found to have evaded tax on their offshore assets will have to pay the tax plus interest. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The official reserve transactions balance is the sum of the current account balance plus the items in the capital account. Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (1995)Some theorists have proposed that we learn best in chunks of four, plus or minus two. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The Perfume Shop offers a competitive plus many employee benefits and a scheme. The Sun (2008)The charity calendar is 7.99 plus 1.50 postage and packing. The Sun (2008)You now have the interest plus a well-deserved 75 as a gesture of goodwill. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Buyers also had to pay a 5,000 premium plus VAT. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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British English: plus /plʌs/ PREPOSITION
You use plus to show that one number or quantity is being added to another.
Two plus two equals four.
- American English: plus
- 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
- European Portuguese: mais
- Romanian: plus
- Russian: плюс
- Spanish: más
- Swedish: plus
- Thai: เพิ่มอีก
- Turkish: ayrıca
- Ukrainian: плюс
- Vietnamese: cộng thêm
British English: plus NOUN
A plus is an advantage or benefit.
Experience of any career in sales is a big plus.
Definition of plus from the Collins English Dictionary
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