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  • 61plus — [[t]plʌ̱s[/t]] ♦♦ pluses, plusses (plural) 1) CONJ COORD You say plus to show that one number or quantity is being added to another. Send a cheque for ₤18.99 plus ₤2 for postage and packing... They will pay about $673 million plus interest. Ant:… …

    English dictionary

  • 62plús — a m (ȗ) 1. mat. znak za prištevanje: plus in minus / znak plus / žarg. pazi na pluse // pozitivni predznak: postavi plus pred pet / predznak plus / neskl. minus pomnoženo s plus je minus ∙ žarg., šol. profesor je delil pluse je zapisoval pluse… …

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  • 63plus — wie auch; sowie; wie; und; sowohl .... als auch; wie noch; sowohl; ebenso wie * * * 1plus [plʊs] <Konj.> /Ggs. minus/: dient dazu, eine Zahl anzuschließen, die zu einer anderen, vorher genannten addiert wird; und: fünf plus drei [ist]… …

    Universal-Lexikon

  • 64plus — 01. The presence of Karen on our team has been a real [plus] during the play offs. 02. Mignon McLaughlin once said that in the arithmetic of love, one [plus] one equals everything, and two minus one equals nothing. 03. The cost is $5, [plus]… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 65plus — 1 /plVs/ preposition 1 used when one number or amount is added to another: Three plus six equals nine. (3 + 6 = 9) | The book has 250 pages, plus 28 pages of appendices. | All employees are paid $3 an hour plus $1.50 for time worked on the… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 66plus*/ — [plʌs] grammar word I summary: Plus can be: ■ a preposition: Two plus seven is nine. ■ a conjunction: You can have this bread, plus there s cheese in the fridge. ■ an adjective: There are 30 plus students in every class. 1) used for showing that… …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 67plus — I. adjective Etymology: Latin, adverb, more, from neuter of plur , plus, adjective; akin to Greek pleion more, Latin plenus full more at full Date: 1579 1. algebraically positive 2. having, receiving, or being in addition to what is anticipated 3 …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 68plus — [[t]plʌs[/t]] prep. adj. n. pl. plus•es or plus•ses, conj. adv. 1) increased by: Ten plus two is twelve[/ex] 2) in addition to: to have wealth plus fame[/ex] 3) involving or noting addition 4) positive: on the plus side[/ex] 5) more or greater,… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 69plus — prep., adj., n., & conj. prep. 1 Math. with the addition of (3 plus 4 equals 7). Usage: Symbol: +. 2 (of temperature) above zero (plus 2° C). 3 colloq. with; having gained; newly possessing (returned plus a new car). adj. 1 (after a number) at… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 70plus — non plus ultra Loc. lat. que significa literalmente ‘no más allá’. Tiene su origen en la expresión que, según la leyenda, Hércules grabó en el estrecho de Gibraltar para indicar que no había tierra más allá, que ahí terminaba el mundo conocido.… …

    Diccionario panhispánico de dudas

  • 71plus — me·lan·o·plus; peri·plus; plus; plus·sage; sur·plus·age; non·plus; over·plus; sur·plus; plus·age; …

    English syllables

  • 72plus — preposition /plʌs/ added to ● Her salary plus commission comes to more than £45,000. ● Production costs plus overheads are higher than revenue. ■ adverb more than ♦ houses valued at £100,000 plus houses valued at over £100,000 ■ adjective /plʌs/… …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

  • 73PLUS FC — Football club infobox clubname = PLUS FC fullname = PLUS Football Club nickname = founded = 2006 ground = Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium, Selayang, Selangor capacity = chairman = flagicon|Malaysia Noorizah Haji Abdul Hamid manager =… …

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  • 74plus — m IV, D. a, Ms. plusie; lm M. y 1. «znak matematyczny zapisywany w postaci krzyżyka między liczbami lub wyrażeniami dla oznaczenia dodawania» Dwa plus dwa równa się cztery. ◊ Plus minus «mniej więcej, około, w przybliżeniu» 2. «znak matematyczny… …

    Słownik języka polskiego

  • 75plus — 1. Być na plusie «mieć bilans dodatni»: (...) co pana zdaniem decyduje o tym, że firma jest na plusie, że rozwija się, że ma ciągle nowych klientów? GWs 126/1995. 2. Mieć u kogoś plus «zyskać czyjąś aprobatę»: Jeżeli to, co mówiłeś, okaże się… …

    Słownik frazeologiczny

  • 76plus — /plʌs / (say plus) preposition 1. more by the addition of; increased by: ten plus two. 2. with the addition of; with. –adjective 3. involving or denoting addition. 4. positive: a plus quantity. 5. Colloquial with something in addition. 6. more… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 77plus — plụs (und; Zeichen + [positiv]; Gegensatz minus); drei plus drei ist, macht, gibt (nicht: sind, machen, geben) sechs; plus 15 Grad oder 15 Grad plus; mit einer Genauigkeit von plus/minus 5 Prozent; eine Drei plus in Mathe schreiben; der Konzern… …

    Die deutsche Rechtschreibung

  • 78plus — 1. conjunction /plʌs/ a) sum of the previous one and the following one. Two plus two equals four. b) with; having in addition A water molecule is made up of two hydrogen atoms plus one of oxygen. Syn: and …

    Wiktionary

  • 79plus — ► sustantivo masculino ECONOMÍA Sobresueldo o gratificación que se entrega en circunstancias extraordinarias: ■ suele recibir un plus a final de año . IRREG. plural pluses * * * plus (del lat. «plus», más; pl. «pluses») m. Cantidad suplementaria… …

    Enciclopedia Universal

  • 80plus — This word is incorrectly and tritely used in the meaning of something added or extra : That s a plus. Plus does not have the conjunctive force of and; say Mike and his friends, not Mike plus his friends. Since plus is a preposition rather than a… …

    Dictionary of problem words and expressions