comp


comp
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 ticket, book, etc. given usually for promotional purposes
vt.
Slang
1. to give as a comp
2. to give a comp to
comp3 [kämp]
n.
short for comprehensive examination (see COMPREHENSIVE, n. )usually used in pl.
comp4
abbrev.
1. comparative
2. compare
3. compensation
4. compilation
5. compiled (by)
6. compiler
7. complete
8. composer
9. composition
10. compound

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  • 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. — 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

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