Definition of pro-and-con in English:

pro-and-con

verb

  • 1with object To weigh the arguments for and against; to debate both sides of (a question or matter).

  • 2no object To debate the pros and cons of something; to weigh both sides of a question or topic.

Origin

Late 17th century. Probably partly from pro and con, and partly from pro + and + con.

Pronunciation

pro-and-con

/ˌprəʊən(d)ˈkɒn/