plus preposition Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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plus

preposition
 
 
/plʌs/
used to say that one amount or number is being added to another: The apartment costs $900 a month, plus $100 for the parking space. You will get twenty-five days paid leave per year, plus bank holidays. He will be asked to repay the damages and costs awarded plus interest.
and also: Most campsites have shower facilities, plus a small store and cafe where you can stock up on supplies. →  Compare minus
plus or minus sth used to say that the number stated may be more or less by a particular amount: The survey's margin of error is plus or minus three percentage points.
Translations of “plus”
in Arabic زائد, أيْضًا…
in Korean 더하기, 더욱이, 게다가…
in Malaysian tambah…
in French plus…
in Turkish artı, ilaveten, artı olarak…
in Italian più, in più…
in Chinese (Traditional) 加,加上…
in Russian плюс, а также, вдобавок…
in Polish plus, oraz…
in Vietnamese cộng…
in Spanish más…
in Portuguese mais, além…
in Thai เพิ่มเข้าไป…
in German plus…
in Catalan més, a més de…
in Japanese ~を足して, ~に加えて…
in Indonesian tambah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 加,加上…
(Definition of plus preposition from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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