pro-am

[ proh-am ]
/ ˈproʊˈæm /

adjective

including both professionals and amateurs.

noun

any sporting event in which professionals play with amateurs.

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Origin of pro-am

1945–50; pro(fessional)-am(ateur)
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British Dictionary definitions for pro-am

pro-am
/ (ˈprəʊˈæm) /

adjective

(of a golf tournament, snooker tournament, etc) involving both professional and amateur players

noun

a sporting tournament involving both professional and amateur players
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