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pross1

[pros] /prɒs/
verb (used without object), Scot. and North England
1.
to exhibit pride or haughtiness; put on airs.
Origin of pross1
perhaps Scots variant, in v. use, of prowess
Related forms
prosser, noun
prossy, adjective

pross2

[pros] /prɒs/
noun, Slang.
Origin
by shortening and respelling
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