comp meaning

Pronunciation:   "comp" in a sentence
  • Noun: comp
    1. An intensive examination testing a student's proficiency in some special field of knowledge
      "she took her comps in English literature"
      - comprehensive examination, comprehensive 
    2. A person who provides musical accompaniment (usually on a piano)
      - accompanist, accompanyist
    Verb: comp
    1. (music) play an accompaniment, esp. jazz 
    2. [Brit] Enter competitions

    Derived forms: comping, comped, comps

    Type of: exam, examination, instrumentalist, musician, muso [Brit], player, test

    Encyclopedia: Comp

  • [Architecture]

    On drawings, abbr. for “compensate.”


    On drawings, abbr. for “component.”


    On drawings, abbr. for “composition.”

  • [Business]
    AmE / noun, adjective, verb (AmE)


    1 (informal) [U]

    a short way of writing or saying compensation:

    Workmen's comp data shows a 15% increase in construction injuries.

    2 (informal) [C]

    something that you give or receive free of charge

    adjective [only before noun] (informal)

    free of charge:

    Donors will receive ten comp tickets to all productions.


    verb [+ obj] (informal)

    to give sb sth free of charge:

    When I complained, the manager comped us a meal.

  • [Defence]

  • [Medicine]
    1 comparative; compare
    2 composition
    3 compound
  • comp.:    abbrev1. Comparati ...
  • comp time:    [Business]noun [U] ...
  • compère:     /kɔ̃-perˈ or komˈ ...


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  1. he ( she ) could get good comp from the house
  2. so, we mike ourselves . carry a decibel comp
  3. i should get, like, workman's comp or something
  4. comp : the poor child would reply nothing
  5. online encyclopedia article . usenet comp . programming-

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