I wonder what the meaning of the word plus is in the following sentence:

Attendre simplement que la somme de vos rechargements ne dépasse plus 250€.

Right now I understand it like: "Simply wait for the sum of your reloads not to go past €250"

But I am not sure whether the plus here says it is "more than €250" or something with the word "anymore" since it is the structure ne...plus.


You are right, it has the structure "ne...plus" so it means "not...anymore".
So you should translate it as follow :

Simply wait for the sum of your reloads not to be over 250€ anymore


Your second assumption is the right one: plus in that phrase means any longer or anymore.

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