comp

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English[edit]

Adjective[edit]

comp (plural comps)

  1. Clipping of complimentary.
    • 2019, Barney Ronay, Liverpool’s waves of red fury and recklessness end in joyous bedlam (in The Guardian, 8 May 2019)[1]
      It will instead be Liverpool in Madrid on the first day of June for another shot at the ultimate. Presumably, Sergio Ramos, season long since over, will receive a comp Bold textticket. These gestures all count.

Noun[edit]

comp (plural comps)

  1. Alternative form of comp.
  2. Clipping of competition.
  3. Clipping of comprehensive layout, a graphic design showing final proposed layout of text and images.
  4. Clipping of comprehensive examination.
  5. (Britain) Clipping of comprehensive school.
  6. Clipping of complimentary ticket or item.
  7. Clipping of comparable.
  8. Clipping of compensation.
  9. Clipping of composite.
  10. Clipping of composition.
  11. Clipping of comptroller.
  12. Clipping of computer, especially a desktop computer
  13. Clipping of compilation.

Verb[edit]

comp (third-person singular simple present comps, present participle comping, simple past and past participle comped)

  1. (intransitive, US) To accompany, in music
  2. (transitive) To compose (a visual design); to make a composite.
  3. (transitive) To provide (a complimentary item, such as a ticket) to (someone).
  4. Clipping of compile.

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Noun[edit]

comp

  1. Alternative form of kampe