noun, Older Use (in Western U.S. and Canada) .
a beaver skin, especially one of prime quality.
variant spellings of plew
people like us
(formerly in Canada) a beaver skin used as a standard unit of value in the fur trade
Admirable and fitting; discriminating: The wife admires their living room (”Very PLU, people like us”)
[1970+; fr people like us]
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Propositional Linear Temporal Logic
1. portable life support system. PLSS abbr. portable life-support system 1. portable life-support system 2. public land survey system
[ploo-ot] /ˈplu ɒt/ noun 1. . noun a complex hybrid fruit developed from the seeds of an apricot and plum whose outside more resembles a plum Examples A pluot is about 2/3 plum and 1/3 apricot in parentage.
[ploo-pur-fikt] /pluˈpɜr fɪkt/ adjective 1. Grammar. 2. more than perfect: He spoke the language with pluperfect precision. noun, Grammar. 3. /pluːˈpɜːfɪkt/ adjective, noun 1. (grammar) another term for past perfect adj. 1520s, shortened from Latin (tempus praeteritum) plus (quam) perfectum “(past tense) more (than) perfect.” Translates Greek khronos hypersyntelikos. See plus and perfect.