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per

preposition /pəː/
out of
por
We have less than one mistake per page.
for each
por
The dinner will cost $15 per person.
in each
por, a la
six times per week.
per annum /pər ˈænəm/ adverb for each year
Al Año
She earns £35,000 per annum.
per cent /pəˈsent/ adverb, noun ,(often written % with figures ) (of numbers, amounts etc) stated as a fraction of one hundred
por ciento
Twenty-five per cent of one hundred and twenty is thirty 25% of the people did not reply to our letters.
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 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…
(Definition of per from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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