comp


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

comp

1. tv. to accompany someone [musically]. I have to sing a solo at a wedding and need someone to comp me.
2. tv. to give something to someone free. (Either as compensation for difficulties endured or as a complimentary gift.) The movie patron was angry and demanded his money back. The manager comped him with a few free passes and he was happy.
3. n. a complimentary gift. I expect comps when I spend a lot of money in a casino.
References in periodicals archive ?
1180, arguing that it would give employers all of the control over how much comp time workers could and would take.
Paul Douglas, Duncan Jones, Ernie Mather and Morris Bradley won a team comp with 86 points one ahead of Jim Vaughan, Derek Robinson, Elwyn Broom and Brian Hall.
Provides: Chiropractic, dance class, dental, FICA/MC, health insurance, physiotherapy, shoe allowance, worker's comp.
Sets clear parameters for what is acceptable treatment for injured workers in the workers' comp system.
As the lesser of all evils -- the least dirty of all of those dirty tricks retailers play -- same-store comps have come to be regarded as the cleanest, most accurate way to judge a retailer's monthly performance.
The Sheriff's Department unsuccessfully argued to the Court that although nothing in the FLSA expressly prohibits a state or its political subdivisions from compelling employees to utilize accrued comp time, the FLSA "implicitly prohibits such a practice in the absence of an agreement or understanding authorizing compelled uses.
Before Christi's accident, the Atkins had no idea their daughter was not covered by a workers comp insurance policy.
Liberalized comp laws since the '80s have created a complex web of problems (see "How Did We Get into This Mess?
To varying degrees, the potential benefits of CoMP may not translate from network simulations to real world network deployments.
COMP wants to blindfold people to the economic impact of the massive environmental toll of large-scale mining-such as dead bodies of water, deforested mountains, erosion, and silted and polluted rice lands-by highlighting the alleged good life their operations has brought to mining communities.
4 E/W in cutting/filling in ordinary soil etc al l comp
com BILL BECK (27) won division one by a point from Carl Jones and Ben Lindquist with Mike Cleary (30) winning division two from Shaun Davies (29) and Ed Jones (28) in a comp over 11 holes at ABERGELE.
Impress your neighbors with your perspicacity on national health reform by drawing on your knowledge of workers' comp.
Provides: Health insurance, shoes, workers comp, dental, spa membership.
Full browser ?