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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
plus /pʌls/
  • giới từ
    • cộng với
      • 3 plus 4: ba cộng với 4
  • tính từ
    • cộng, thêm vào
    • (toán học); (vật lý) dương (số...)
    • on the plus side of the account
      • (thương nghiệp) ở bên có của tài khoản
  • danh từ
    • dấu cộng
    • số thêm vào, lượng thêm vào
    • (toán học); (vật lý) số dương
Concise Dictionary
+a useful or valuable quality
+the arithmetic operation of summing; calculating the sum of two or more numbers
+on the positive side or higher end of a scale
+involving advantage or good

Thesaurus Dictionary
1 and, added to, increased by, with the addition of, with an increment of, (coupled) with, together with:
Two plus three equals five. Your initial deposit plus accumulated interest will make a substantial sum.
2 added, additional, supplementary, extra:
One must take into account the plus value of the good publicity.
3 addition, bonus, extra, gain, benefit, asset, advantage, profit, return:
Improvements constitute a big plus in evaluating the building.
Advanced English Dictionary
preposition, noun, adjective, conjunction
+ preposition
1 used when the two numbers or amounts mentioned are being added together: Two plus five is seven. + The cost is £22, plus £1 for postage. + Membership is 350 dollars per year plus tax.
2 as well as sth/sb; and also: We have to fit five of us plus all our gear in the car.
Antonym: MINUS

plus or minus used when the number mentioned may actually be more or less by a particular amount: The margin of error was plus or minus three percentage points.
+ noun
1 (informal) an advantage; a good thing: Knowledge of French is a plus in her job. + There were a lot of pluses in the performance.
2 (also plus sign) the symbol( + ), used in mathematics: He put a plus instead of a minus.

+ adjective
1 used after a number to show that the real number or amount is more than the one mentioned: The work will cost £10 000 plus.
2 above zero: The temperature is plus four degrees.
Antonym: MINUS
3 [only before noun] used to describe an aspect of sth that you consider to be a good thing: One of the hotel's plus points is that it is very central. + On the plus side, all the staff are enthusiastic. + The plus side of working at home is that you can be more flexible.
Antonym: MINUS
4 [not before noun] (used in a system of marks / grades) slightly higher than the mark/grade A, B, etc: I got B plus (B+) in the test.
Antonym: MINUS
+ conjunction
(informal) used to add more information
I've got too much on at work. Plus my father is not well.

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