Plus vs Supplementary - What's the difference?
Plus is a synonym of supplementary.
As a noun plus
As an adjective supplementary is
additional; added to supply what is wanted.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
sum of the previous one and the following one.
- Two plus two equals four.
(colloquial) with; having in addition
- A water molecule is made up of two hydrogen atoms plus one of oxygen.
and also; in addition
- I've won a holiday to France plus five hundred Euros' spending money!
- Let's go home now, it's late, plus I'm not feeling too well.
* plus sign
A positive quantity.
An asset or useful addition.
(arithmetic) A plus sign: .
- He is a real plus to the team.
* (useful addition) asset
* plus sign
* (useful addition) liability, minus
* minus, minus sign
Being positive rather than negative or zero.
Positive, or involving advantage.
- -2 * -2 = +4 ("minus 2 times minus 2 equals plus four")
(physics) Electrically positive.
- He is a plus factor.
- A battery has both a plus pole and a minus pole.
** on the plus side
* (being positive rather than negative or zero) positive
* advantageous, good, positive
* (being positive rather than negative or zero) minus, negative
* bad, disadvantageous, minus, negative
(informal) To add; to subject to addition.
Additional; added to supply what is wanted.