etymology 1 from late middle english pro, from latin pr (on behalf of).
arguments or considerations for and against something, as in wed best weigh all the pros and cons before we decide to add a new wing to the library.
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Pro noun c (advantage) b2 an advantage to or a reason for doing something one of the big pros of living in madrid is the night life.
pros and cons definition the pros and cons of something are its advantages and disadvantages, which you consider.
adjective usually adjective noun someone who is pro-life thinks that women do not have a right to choose whether or not to give birth to a child they have conceived, and that abortion is wrong in most or all circumstances.