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English definition of “plus”

plus

adjective     /plʌs/
[after noun] more than the number or amount stated: Those cars cost £15,000 plus.
[before noun] used to show that something is an advantage or a good feature: a plus factor/point US ski resorts have plenty of big plus points, such as reliable natural snow and some of the best ski schools in the world. On the plus side, sales are picking up and it is also debt-free at last.
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(Definition of plus adjective from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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