pro

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  • Info The domain name pro is a generic top-level domain in the Domain Name System of the Internet. more...
  • It is a particular case of a pro-form.
  • This was part of the pro-immigrant political message they sent via their music.
  • He had played center throughout his high school career, and was forced to play forward in the pros.
  • This is also the first season where none of the original pros from season one competed.
  • Here, people also celebrates living characters who stand out for their pro-memory engagement.
  • Former pros vote only for the positions they once played themselves.
  • However the Pros came back to score with a minute left in the game.
  • Thus, they had to represent themselves, though they received significant pro bono assistance.
  • Because every technology has its pros and cons, most systems use more than one technology.
  • Elections were held with single pro-Soviet candidates listed for many positions.
  • Like a lot of notable retired pros, they didn't stop racing completely.
  • The universal "pro-poor" health care system adopted by the country has contributed much towards these figures.
  • Rockne, like much of the public, thought little of pro football and expected an easy win.
  • Sometimes this is done by random draw, and other times it is a pro-am format.
  • But he gradually got used to the level of the pros and he felt at home in the team.
  • He pushed for increased education funding, better public health, new highway construction, and pro-labor legislation.
  • Despite heavy promotion the event was poorly attended including by most top name pros.
  • Despite the name, the Pros were never really more than a semi-pro team.
  • An international opinion survey has shown that India is the most pro-Israel country in the world.
  • Many cultural organizations which did not have a pro-German orientation were closed.
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Synonyms of pro

Meaning of pro

  • noun An argument in favor of a proposal
  • adjective In favor of (an action or proposal etc.)
    a pro vote
  • adverb In favor of a proposition, opinion, etc.