A2 added to加，加上
The cost is $205 plus $3 for shipping.
Please enclose £15.99, plus £2 for postage.
"Three plus three is seven. True or false?" "False."
It costs £1,000 a week to hire the yacht, plus a £120 returnable deposit.
The loan has to be repaid, plus interest, within 18 months.
B1 and also并且，而且；加上
We're taking Phil's luggage, plus Annie's.
There'll be Jenny and Darren, plus Mike and Sean.
We'll need a washing machine and cooker, plus a new bed.
Skiing would be too expensive, plus Susie doesn't like the cold.
Steve won't be around to help us, plus we're moving house around that time.
B2 plural pluses or plusses informal an advantage or a good feature优势，好处，长处
On the whole it's a good proposition, the plusses seem to outweigh the minuses.
You've got more experience than the others, which should be a real plus in the interview.
The fact that we live so near my parents is a major plus from the point of view of childcare.
Some knowledge of accountancy techniques is a definite plus in this role.
Having an extra bedroom since we moved is a big plus.
also plus sign the (+) sign, written between two numbers to show that they should be added together加号；正号
[ before noun ] A plus number or amount is more than zero.正的；零上
[ after noun ] more than the number or amount mentioned略大的，略高的；以上的
[ after noun ] used by teachers after a letter, such as B or C, to show that the standard of a piece of work is slightly higher than the stated mark略高于标准的
[ before noun ] informal used to describe an advantage or good quality that something has优势，好处，长处