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per- US English

Through; all over

per US English

For each (used with units to express a rate)

per. US English

Percentile

per se US English

By or in itself or themselves; intrinsically

per se US Thesaurus

possessing a knife was not per se an unlawful act

per pale US English

Divided by a vertical line

per annum US English

For each year (used in financial contexts)

per diem US English

For each day (used in financial contexts)

per mill US English

One part in every thousand

per mille US English

By a specified amount in every thousand

per pro. US English

Per procurationem (used when signing a letter on behalf of someone else; now usually abbreviated to pp)

per mille New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

by a specified amount in every thousand

per capita US English

For each person; in relation to people taken individually

per contra US English

On the other hand; on the contrary

per curiam US English

By decision of a judge, or of a court in unanimous agreement

per curiam New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

by unanimous decision of a court

per incuriam US English

Through or characterized by lack of due regard to the law or the facts

per incuriam New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

through lack of regard to the law or the facts

pay-per-view US English

See PPV.

as per usual US English

As usual

as per in per US English

In accordance with


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