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Spanish translation of “per”

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.
(Definition of per from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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