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APRnoun [S]

uk   /ˌeɪ.piˈɑːr/ us   /ˌeɪ.piˈɑːr/
abbreviation for Annual Percentage Rate: the rate at which someone who borrows money is charged, calculated over a period of twelve months: The interest rate on my credit card is currently 25.5 percent APR.
(Definition of APR from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"Apr." in Business English

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Apr.

also Apr uk   us  
written abbreviation for April

APRnoun [S]

uk   /ˌeɪpiˈɑːr/ us   /-ˈɑːr/ FINANCE, BANKING
abbreviation for Annual Percentage Rate: the interest rate on a loan, credit card, etc., calculated over a period of twelve months: The promotion promises no annual fee for the first year, and an interest rate of just 5.9% APR on balance transfers.
(Definition of Apr. from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “APR”
in Spanish abril…
in Vietnamese tháng tư…
in Malaysian April…
in Thai เดือนเมษายน…
in French avril…
in German der April…
in Chinese (Simplified) 年率,年利率…
in Turkish nisan…
in Russian апрель…
in Indonesian Apr…
in Chinese (Traditional) 年率,年利率…
in Polish kwiec. (= = kwiecień)…
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