- Pro means for, or in favor of.
An example of pro used as an adjective is in the term "pro life," which means in favor of life.
- Pro is defined as on the yes side.
An example of pro used as an adverb is in the phrase "pro healthy eating," which means in favor of healthy eating.
- The definition of a pro is a professional, or the yes side of a debate question.
- An example of a pro is a Major League Baseball player.
- An example of a pro is the side of the argument that disagrees with those who hold the con position.
Origin of proL, for ; from Indo-European base an unverified form pro, forward from source Classical Greek pro, before, Gothic fra-, German ver-
- a person who favors the affirmative side of some debatable question
- an argument in favor of something: the pros and cons of a matter
- a vote for the affirmative
- professional ( & )
- a golfer, tennis player, etc. affiliated with a particular club as a contestant, teacher, etc.
Origin of pro-Classical Greek pro- ; from pro, before: see pro
- moving forward or ahead of: proclivity
- forth: produce
- substituting for, acting for: procathedral
- defending, supporting: prolabor
Origin of pro-Classical Latin ; from pro, before, forward, for: see pro-
- An argument or consideration in favor of something: weighing the pros and cons.
- One who supports a proposal or takes the affirmative side in a debate.
Origin of proMiddle English, from Latin pr&omacron;, for; see per1 in Indo-European roots.
- A professional, especially in sports.
- An expert in a field of endeavor.
- Acting in the place of; substituting for: proform.
- Supporting; favoring: prorevolutionary.
Origin of pro-Middle English, from Old French, from Latin pro-, pr&omacron;-, from pr&omacron;, for; see per1 in Indo-European roots.
- a. Earlier; before; prior to: procambium.b. Rudimentary: pronucleus.
- Anterior; in front of: procephalic.
Origin of pro-Middle English, from Old French, from Greek, from pro, before, in front; see per1 in Indo-European roots.
- Abbreviation of Proverbs.
- -mab is the base suffix common to all monoclonal antibodies. (See that entry for full paradigm.)
.pro - Computer Definition
Pronounced dot pro. The Internet generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) reserved exclusively for certified professionals, professional companies, and professional associations. Individual professional domains include .med.pro for doctors, .law.pro for lawyers, and .cpa.pro for accountants. This is an unsponsored domain. See also gTLD, Internet, and unsponsored domain.
(.PROfessional) A top-level Internet domain used by licensed professionals such as doctors and lawyers. Registrants for this domain must submit their credentials. The dot-pro name was added in 2000. See Internet domain name.