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per annumadverb

uk   /pɜːr ˈæn.əm/  us   /pɝː ˈæn.əm/ (written abbreviation p.a.) formal
used in ​business when referring to an ​amount that is ​produced, ​sold, or ​spent each ​year: The ​countryexportsgoodsworth $600 million ​perannum.
(Definition of per annum from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"per annum" in Business English

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per annumadverb

uk   us   (written abbreviation pa, p.a.)
used to refer to an ​amount that is ​produced, ​sold, ​spent, etc. each ​year: The country ​exportsgoodsworth $600 million ​per annum.
(Definition of per annum from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “per annum”
in Chinese (Simplified) 每年…
in Turkish her yıl, yılda, yılda bir…
in Russian в год…
in Chinese (Traditional) 每年…
in Polish rocznie…
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