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pros and cons

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpros and conspros and consADVANTAGEthe advantages and disadvantages of somethingthe pros and cons of (doing) something We discussed the pros and cons of going to university. pro
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the pros and cons of (doing) somethingAgain, two subgroups were formed to meet and discuss the pros and cons of the various structural alternatives.Drugs are one option, and you should discuss the pros and cons of these with your doctor.At first he assumed that he had dreamed of discussing the pros and cons of murdering Ivor Newley with Dougal.Experts from the regional branch of the National Rivers Authority will give advice on the pros and cons of restocking with fish.Arguments on the pros and cons of high technology medicine are bedevilled by many false assumptions.Before initiating an incident, you weighed up the pros and cons of the costs in time.This vital dilemma is discussed later in chapter 11, along with the pros and cons of independence.Here are a few candidates with the pros and cons of each.
From Longman Business Dictionarypros and conspros and cons /ˌprəʊz ən ˈkɒnzˌproʊz ən ˈkɑːnz/ noun the pros and cons [plural] the advantages and disadvantages of something, which you consider when making a decision about itWhen you’re choosing a savings account, it is worthwhile spending some time weighing up the pros and cons (=thinking about them) of the various types of account on offer.
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