Comped



[komp] /kɒmp/ Informal.

noun
1.
a .
2.
.
verb (used with object)
3.
to compose (type).
[komp] /kɒmp/ Informal.
noun
1.
a ticket, book, service, etc., provided free of charge to specially chosen recipients.
adjective
2.
; free of charge:
I received a comp copy of her book.
verb (used with object)
3.
to provide with a comp:
Some casinos comped the biggest spenders, providing rooms and meals on the house.
4.
to provide free of charge:
His meals and drinks at the hotel were often comped.
[komp] /kɒmp/
verb (used without object), Jazz.
1.
to accompany a soloist with a succession of irregularly spaced chords that punctuate the rhythm.
/kɒmp/
noun
1.
a compositor
2.
an accompanist
3.
an accompaniment
4.
a competition
verb
5.
(intransitive) to work as a compositor in the printing industry
6.
to play an accompaniment (to)
adj.

“given or admitted free,” 1960s, see comp.
n.

“complimentary ticket,” 1885, short for 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 (especially worker’s/workman’s) it was in use by 1970s.

modifier

Given free; free of charge; complimentary: including the bill for the comped room at the Oaks and Pines (1960s+)

noun

verb

: The hotel will comp you for just about anything you want/ Now, because I’m a high roller, everything is comped. I don’t pay for anything
1.
complimentary
2.
composition (academic course)

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