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plus one n.
partner during an event
E.g.: Tom will be her plus one to the party.

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Dictionnaire Collaboratif     Anglais Définition
exp.
generally, an endearment expression used to describe someone who, contrary to the appearances, proves to have strength, determination
exp.
to do two things at the same time using the effort needed to do only one
exp.
a modern version of the popular saying "killing two birds with one stone" derived from the popular video game "angry birds."
n.
buy one, get one free
It's a common form of sales promotion. This marketing technique is universally known in the marketing industry by the acronym BOGOF.
exp.
stop talking; refrain from saying something
informal
exp.
be kept waiting
id.
to attempt or take on a task that is way to big and beyond one's capability
I wonder if that craftsman will be able to fulfil the three commitments he took on at the same time; in my opinion he bites off more than he can chew!
exp.
to lose one's temper
very familiar
exp.
(about a positive event/situation) happen out of the blue, without any effort from the impacted persons
id.
make a lot of efforts to understand something
exp.
expression used to describe the practice of a company using internally the marketed products
[Bus.] expression originating from and widely used in software industry; the practice is also known as "dogfooding"
abbr. acron.
Stands for One True Pairing.
[Slang] One's OTP is a couple one is emotionally invested in.
n.
one who makes stripes and epaulettes
[Tech.]
id.
going from one bar to another
n.
one who solves people's problems
v.
when one really wants to travel
[Fig.];[Fam.] ex.: I've got itchy feet = I'd like to travel
n.
one who designs a room interior
exp.
Slang expression meaning one being annoying.
"You`re a prick when you ask those questions."
exp.
have everything together; have all things settled/organized
E.g.: Just when I had got all my ducks in a row and I was ready to go, I received a call and had to cancel my trip.
exp.
get rid of a strong feeling towards something or someone
[Informal] If you have done something wrong, tell him and get it out of your system. After the break up, it took him some while to get her out of his system.
exp.
a sample of the unpleasantness that one has been giving other people
[Fig.]
v.
snubbing people by using one's mobile phone
[Neologism] portmanteau word : phone + snubbing
exp.
go for something, take one's chances
exp.
symbolically killing one’s internet unique identity.
[Tech.]
v.
raise a price after agreeing on a lower one
Common real estate term but 'of uncertain origin'. However WW1 Australian soldier's diary records: "Huge rubber gun gazumps were falling all over the town [Watten]..." A weapon?
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plus

  

      prep  
1    increased by the addition of  
four plus two (written 4 + 2)     
2    with or with the addition of  
a good job, plus a new car     
      adj  
3    prenominal     (Also)    positive   indicating or involving addition  
a plus sign     
4       another word for       positive       8, 9  
5    on the positive part of a scale or coordinate axis  
a value of +x     
6    indicating the positive side of an electrical circuit  
7    involving positive advantage or good  
a plus factor     
8    postpositive  
Informal   having a value above that which is stated or expected  
she had charm plus     
9    postpositive   slightly above a specified standard on a particular grade or percentage  
he received a B+ rating on his essay     
10      (Botany)   designating the strain of fungus that can only undergo sexual reproduction with a minus strain  
      n  
11       short for       plus sign  
12    a positive quantity  
13    Informal   something positive or to the good  
14    a gain, surplus, or advantage,   (Mathematical symbol)    +  
     (C17: from Latin: more; compare Greek pleion, Old Norse fleiri more, German viel much)  
Plus, together with, and along with do not create compound subjects in the way that and does: the number of the verb depends on that of the subject to which plus, together with, or along with is added: this task, plus all the others, was (not were) undertaken by the government; the doctor, together with the nurses, was (not were) waiting for the patient  


cost-plus  
      n  
a    a method of establishing a selling price in which an agreed percentage is added to the cost price to cover profit  
b    (as modifier)  
cost-plus pricing     
eleven-plus  
      n   (esp. formerly) an examination, taken by children aged 11 or 12, that determines the type of secondary education a child will be given  
ne plus ultra     (Latin)  
      n   the extreme or perfect point or state  
     (literally: not more beyond (that is, go no further), allegedly a warning to sailors inscribed on the Pillars of Hercules at Gibraltar)  
plus fours  
      pl n   men's baggy knickerbockers reaching below the knee, now only worn for hunting, golf, etc.  
     (C20: so called because the trousers are made with four inches of material to hang over at the knee)  
plus sign  
      n   the symbol +, indicating addition or positive quantity  
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plus fours, plus sign, ne plus ultra, plush


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