Synonyms of pro in English:

pro

preposition

Latin

Phrases

pro bono (publico)

architects and engineers were all working pro bono for the nonprofit museum he will act as pro bono advisor to the company
free, gratis, unpaid, unrewarded, unsalaried, free of charge, without charge, for nothing, at no cost, without payment, for the common good;
British informal buckshee

pro tem

he allows his son to move back home, pro tem, after his house is destroyed in a fire
[Antonyms] permanently
temporarily, for the time being, for the moment, for now, for the present, in the interim, for the nonce, in/for the meantime, in the meanwhile;
for a short time, for a short/little while, briefly, momentarily, fleetingly;
Latinpro tempore, ad interim;
Frenchen attendant

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