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p

noun [C] (MONEY)
金钱
 
 
/piː/ ( plural p) UK
abbreviation for penny or pence
便士
Could you lend me 50p?
你能借给我50便士吗?
This packet of crisps costs 25p.
这包炸薯片要25便士。
I need a 1p/5p/20p coin/piece.
我需要一枚1/5/20 便士的硬币。
British money
(Definition of p noun (MONEY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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