One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to introduce a positive statement.‘on the plus side, the staff are enthusiastic and good-natured’
- ‘On the plus side, the high-calibre cast is uniformly excellent.’
- ‘Also on the plus side, sales in the firm's travel retail businesses such as shops at ports and airports grew by three per cent to £301m.’
- ‘On the plus side, there is no background distortion or hiss that I could make out.’
- ‘Links do require little more work to update, but, on the plus side, a more rational navigational structure is sometimes possible.’
- ‘Cost is also a major factor on the plus side of vegetarianism.’
- ‘On the plus side, the subtitles are clear and easy to read: solid white with black edging.’
- ‘On the plus side, I've had more time over the past month to catch up with some reading.’
- ‘On the plus side, I went out for a run last night and did 23 minutes without stopping or suffering from shin splints.’
- ‘On the plus side, Paris is one of the best holiday destinations if the weather isn't great, because there are so many beautiful buildings and galleries to discover.’
- ‘The comparison information wasn't as good as its more established competitors, but on the plus side it returned a lot more hits and found a much lower price.’
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