- comp comp [kɒmp ǁ kɑːmp] noun [uncountable]
• Most workers' comp claims are for short absences with a minor injury.
* * *Ⅰ.comp UK US /kɒmp/ noun INFORMAL► [U] HR ABBREVIATION for COMPENSATION(Cf. ↑compensation): »
If you are injured at work, you may be entitled to comp benefits.► [C] something that is given without any charge being made: »
I managed to get two comps for the show.Ⅱ.comp UK US /kɒmp/ adjective [before noun]► that you do not have to pay for: »
You will be entitled to two comp passes for the festival.Ⅲ.comp UK US /kɒmp/ verb [T]► to give someone something without making them pay for it: »
Some restaurants will comp customers the meal if they have complained about food or service.
Financial and business terms. 2012.
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comp — comp·si·lu·ra; comp·sog·na·thus; comp·so·thlyp·i·dae; comp·ton; comp·trol·ler; comp·trol·ler·ship; comp; … English syllables
Comp — may refer to: In music: Accompaniment, especially in jazz (comping) Compilation album Comp (rapper) In business and finance: Comparable company analysis Comparables, in real estate Same Store Sales Comp may also refer to: Cartilage oligomeric… … Wikipedia
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comp — ☆ comp1 [kämp ] vi. [< ACCOMPANY] Jazz to play an accompaniment, usually, specif., one consisting primarily of chords played in a syncopated rhythm: said of a pianist, guitarist, etc. comp2 [kämp] n. [< COMPLIMENTARY] Slang a free theater… … English World dictionary
comp. — comp., Abkürzung für compositus [lateinisch »zusammengesetzt«], Pharmazie: ergänzende Kennzeichnung von Zubereitungen, die neben einem Hauptbestandteil noch andere Beimengungen enthalten, z. B. Spiritus Melissae comp., zusammengesetzter… … Universal-Lexikon
comp — [ kamp ] noun count INFORMAL 1. ) AMERICAN something that is given away free, such as a ticket to the theater or a sports event 2. ) BRITISH a COMPETITION 3. ) BRITISH a COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL => COMP TIME … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
Comp. — Comp. Compilation Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations … Law dictionary
comp — complimentary ticket, 1885, short for COMPLIMENTARY (Cf. complimentary). Meaning nonpaying guest is attested by 1930s; generalized to anything given free by 1960s. As a verb, by 1974. Related: Comped; comping. As a shortening of COMPENSATION (Cf … Etymology dictionary
COMP — comp. abbr. Compare … United dictionary of abbreviations and acronyms
COMP. — comp. abbr. Computers (USENET Newsgroup Category) … United dictionary of abbreviations and acronyms