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pro

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pros

  1. (countable) A pro is somebody who is very good at what they do; short for professional.
    She's real pro who cares about her job.
    When it comes to computers, Jacob's an old pro.
  2. (countable) A pro is somebody who is paid to play sports, sometimes as a teacher; short for professional.
    He began his career as a golf pro in Indiana, and later taught golf to Bob Hope.
    Pros in the Tour de France often ride custom bicycles that cost over $10,000.
    She turned pro in March 2000 at 14, making her the youngest female professional in South Korea.
    Pro basketball is one of the country's top sports.
  3. (countable); (plural) The pros and cons of a situation are the positive parts and the negative parts.
    What are the pros and cons of going from one method to the other?

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Preposition
pro

  1. If you are pro something, you like it, you support it, or you think it's a good idea.
    Yet when they got into the war, he was very pro the country winning the war.

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