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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
PRO- Defined for Kids

1pro

noun \ˈprō\
plural pros

Definition of PRO for Kids

:  an argument or evidence in favor of something <We weighed the pros and cons of wind power.>

2pro

adverb

Definition of PRO for Kids

:  in favor of something <We heard arguments pro and con.>

3pro

noun or adjective

Definition of PRO for Kids

:  professional <pro athletes> <He sank the putt like a pro.>
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