n (pl pluses or , plusses)
- 1.1 (sign) signo (m) de más, más (m)More example sentences1.2 (advantage, bonus) [colloquial/familiar] ventaja (f), pro (m) the pluses outweigh the minuses son más los pros que los contras
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- Be sure to wait until the cursor changes into a plus (+) before releasing the mouse button.
- On the plus side, at least we can take comfort in the fact that it won't drive her fiancée mad.
- On the plus side, at least I haven't had to deal with sunburn.
- On the plus side at least he will have some energy in reserve.
- 1.1 (advantageous) [colloquial/familiar] (before n) [point] positivo, a favor on the plus side, it is very spacious entre las ventajas or los pros está que es muy amplioMore example sentences
More example sentences1.2 (positive) (before noun) [ion/number] positivo +2° (léase: plus two degrees) +2° (read as: dos grados sobre cero)
- The organisers put together some 60 plus events.
- Over 3000 have access to the kitchen including 1900 plus volunteers, performers, guests and service personnel.
- A €63m investment is also to be provided by the State which is expected to lever in a further €200m plus from the private sector.
More example sentences1.3 (and more) (pred) children aged 13 plus niños de 13 años para arriba or de 13 años en adelante there must have been 100 plus people there debe de haber habido de cien personas para arriba 1.4 [Educ] B+ (léase: B plus)calificación entre A y B, más baja que A-
- If she got all the points, her grade would go to an A plus, and stay there for a long time.
- I finally decided that the pluses and negatives balance one another out, so I opted not to assign extra credit but gave it an A + for ease of use.
- Also, the A plus plus part, for some reason, the symbol of a plus sign wouldn't show up so I had to spell it out.
- Last year, Wyoming won seven games and was 19th in the nation with a plus - 7 ratio.
- In fact, only one of the other 13 teams has a plus score!
- Gulko, who is one of the few players with a plus score against Garry Kasparov, spent most of his life in the former Soviet Union and is the only player to have won both the USSR and US titles.
- más 2 + 3 = 5 (léase: two plus three equals five) 2 + 3 = 5 (read as: dos más tres es igual a cinco) £12 per hour plus expenses doce libras por hora más gastos plus the fact that … aparte de que …
- [uso criticado/criticized usage] además de queMore example sentences
- A sell-off would provide Berlin with some cash to plug budget gaps; plus, any private bank that takes it over would no longer be overly reliant on the whims of a fickle capital market.
- Keeping all that bathroom clutter away in cupboards also helps to make your bathroom feel bigger - plus make it easier to clean.
- Our third block classes were right next to each other, plus we had lunch together.