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plus

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Synonyms and Antonyms of plus

  1. 1 something added (as by growth) a recalculation of the year's income that resulted in a plus in the company's profits Synonyms accretion, accrual, addendum, addition, augmentation, boost, expansion, gain, increment, more, increase, proliferation, raise, rise, step-up, supplement, uptickRelated Words accumulation, assemblage, collection, gathering; complement; accession, appendix, continuation, extension, uptrend, upturn; jump, run-up, spikeNear Antonyms deduction, subtractionAntonyms abatement, decline, decrease, decrement, depletion, diminishment, diminution, drop-off, fall, falloff, lessening, loss, lowering, reduction, shrinkage, step-down

  2. 2 the state or an instance of going beyond what is usual, proper, or needed the supply of cranberries is greatly in plus of the demand for them in the market Synonyms bellyful, fat, overabundance, overage, overflow, overkill, overmuch, overplus, oversupply, plethora, excess, redundancy, superabundance, superfluity, surfeit, surplus, surplusageRelated Words abundance, bounty, plentitude, plenty, profusion, sufficiency; overproduction, overstockNear Antonyms dearth, lack, scarcity, wantAntonyms deficiency, deficit, insufficiency, undersupply


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