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per

preposition
 
 
 
strong /pɜːr/ weak /r/
used when talking about prices, rates, etc. to mean the amount for each one: per day/hour/month, etc. Property prices in the area have increased by an average of 20% per year over the last three years. The group posted earnings per share of 55.4p in the second quarter.per head/person Tickets cost $50 per person. per litre/million/minute
as per sth formal according to something: as per your instructions/letter/request The policy was not terminated as per your request.
Translations of “per”
in Arabic لكُلّ…
in Korean 당…
in Malaysian se, bagi setiap…
in French par…
in Turkish her biri, her biri için, başına…
in Italian per, a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 每,每一…
in Russian в, на, за (определенную единицу)…
in Polish na, za…
in Vietnamese mỗi, cho mỗi…
in Spanish por, a la…
in Portuguese por…
in Thai แต่ละ, ต่อหนึ่ง…
in German pro…
in Catalan per…
in Japanese ~当たり, ~につき…
in Indonesian setiap…
in Chinese (Simplified) 每,每一…
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