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1pro

noun \ˈprō\
plural pros

Definition of PRO

1
:  an argument or evidence in affirmation <an appraisal of the pros and cons>
2
:  the affirmative side or one holding it

Examples of PRO

  1. He is a pro when it comes to household repairs.
  2. She handled that tricky situation like an old pro.

Origin of PRO

Middle English, from Latin, preposition, for — more at for
First Known Use: 15th century

2pro

adverb

: in favor of something

Full Definition of PRO

:  on the affirmative side :  in affirmation <much has been written pro and con>

Origin of PRO

pro-
First Known Use: 15th century

3pro

preposition

Definition of PRO

:  in favor of :  for

Origin of PRO

Latin
First Known Use: 1817

4pro

noun or adjective

: paid to participate in a sport or activity

: done by people who are paid to play or compete in a sport or activity

Full Definition of PRO

First Known Use of PRO

1866

PRO

abbreviation

Definition of PRO

public relations officer
May 28, 2015
fictioneer Hear it
someone who writes fiction
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