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1. To, for, or by each; for every: Gasoline once cost 40 cents per gallon.


< Latin, combining form of per per, and used as an intensive.


per meaning, definition, what is per: used when expressing rates, prices, or measurements to mean "for each"


Per for a or an or for each occurs chiefly in technical or statistical contexts: miles per gallon; work-hours per week; feet per second; gallons of beer per person per year.


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Per is a Latin preposition which means "through" or "for each", as in per capita. Per or PER may also refer to: Places. IOC country code for Peru. IATA code for Perth Airport in Western Australia. Western Australian Herbarium, official abbreviation. Pér, a village in Hungary. Math and statistics.


per [pɜ:] prep


From Latin per (“through, during”), from Proto-Indo-European *per. per. for each. Admission is £10 per person. to each, in each (used in expressing ratios of units). miles per gallon. beats per minute. (medicine) via (the), by (the), through (the) (followed by Latin name for an orifice).


Parking costs 60p per hour. There were enough biscuits for one per child. El estacionamiento cuesta 60 pesos por hora. Había suficientes bizcochos.


per post — по почте per steamer — пароходом per Mr. Smith — (послано) через господина Смита per carrier — через посыльного.