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comp

1comp

noun \ˈkämp\

: something that is given to someone (such as a customer) for free

Full Definition of COMP

:  a complimentary ticket; broadly :  something provided free of charge

Examples of COMP

  1. <this hotel offers its guests more comps, including a free bottle of champagne, than most in its class>

Origin of COMP

short for complimentary
First Known Use: 1887

Rhymes with COMP

2comp

verb \ˈkämp\

Definition of COMP

transitive verb
:  to provide with something free <a hotel comping celebrities for their rooms>; also :  to provide free of charge <their meals were comped>

First Known Use of COMP

1961

3comp

verb \ˈkəmp, ˈkämp\

Definition of COMP

intransitive verb
:  to punctuate and support a jazz solo with irregularly spaced chords

Origin of COMP

short for accompany
First Known Use: 1949

4comp

abbreviation

Definition of COMP

comp

abbreviation    (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of COMP

1
comparative; compare
2
composition
3
compound

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