# +

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See also: +/-, [U+207A SUPERSCRIPT PLUS SIGN], 𑀓 [U+11013 BRAHMI LETTER KA], and Appendix:Variations of "t"

 + U+002B, + PLUS SIGN
 ← *[U+002A] Basic Latin , →[U+002C]
 ⁺ U+207A, ⁺ SUPERSCRIPT PLUS SIGN
 ← ⁹[U+2079] Superscripts and Subscripts ⁻ →[U+207B]
 ₊ U+208A, ₊ SUBSCRIPT PLUS SIGN
 ← ₉[U+2089] Superscripts and Subscripts ₋ →[U+208B]
 ➕ U+2795, ➕ HEAVY PLUS SIGN
 ← ➔[U+2794] Dingbats ➖ →[U+2796]
 ﹢ U+FE62, ﹢ SMALL PLUS SIGN
 ← ﹡[U+FE61] Small Form Variants ﹣ →[U+FE63]
 ＋ U+FF0B, ＋ FULLWIDTH PLUS SIGN
 ← ＊[U+FF0A] Halfwidth and Fullwidth Forms ， →[U+FF0C]

## Translingual

Presentations of ➕︎
Text
style
Emoji
style
➕︎ ➕️
Note: Character's appearance
may be different on each system.
Text style is forced with &#xFE0E;
and emoji style with &#xFE0F;

### Description

Two lines crossed in the middle: one vertical line and one horizontal line.

### Glyph origin

From a ligature of Latin et (and). Compare & and of same meaning.

### Symbol

+ (English symbol name plus sign or plus)

3 + 2 = 5
2. Explicitly indicates that the next number is positive.
+5 is different from −5
3. (informal) "Or more"; indicates that a number is the minimum quantity or amount.
This project is going to take 10+ years to complete. (10 or more years)
4. From the positive side.
${\displaystyle \lim _{x\to a^{+}}f(x)}$  is the same as ${\displaystyle \lim _{x\downarrow a}\,f(x)}$
5. A disjoint union, a coproduct.
6. () An inclusive disjunction.
7. (genetics) A wild type.
8. (botany) A grafted hybrid.[1]
9. A string concatenation in some programming languages (that might be ambiguous with an additive operation).
"My name is " + name + ". I am " + age + " years old."
10. Detects one or more occurrences of the preceding element.
The string ab+c matches "abc", "abbc", "abbbc", and so on, but not "ac".
11. (chess notation) Check.
12. A placeholder standing for the international call prefix in phone numbers.
Sure, call me if you want. My number is +496919725.
13. (medicine) An affirmative result from a laboratory test.
14. An anode.
15. Indicating north.
16. (music) Augmented.

#### Usage notes

• The + symbol is called the plus sign in English (see there for translations).

#### Antonyms

• (antonym(s) of addition or positiveness): - or , sometimes ÷

### Conjunction

+

1. When placed between key names, indicates that they should be pressed simultaneously.
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2. () and

#### Quotations

For quotations using this term, see Citations:+.

+

1. more

### References

1. ^ Simpson, Niki (2010 February) “Botanical symbols: a new symbol set for new images”, in Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society[1], volume 162, number 2, →DOI, archived from the original on 2021-12-19, pages 117–129

## English

### Conjunction

+

1. .

#### Usage notes

• In stenoscript, this is only used for the conjunction 'and'. The sound sequence /Vnd/ is written .

## Chinese

### Pronunciation

 This entry needs pronunciation information. If you are familiar with the IPA then please add some! Particularly: “Mandarin”

### Conjunction

+

1. (neologism, Covid-19) denotes the immigration policy where the preceding number is the number of days required for quarantine and the following number is the number of days for medical monitoring
7+3
(the policy of) 7 days of quarantine followed by 3 days of medical monitoring