Per+centum.+L.]+By+the+hundred

  • 1Per centum — Per Per, prep. [L. Cf. {Far}, {For }, {Pardon}, and cf. {Par}, prep.] Through; by means of; through the agency of; by; for; for each; as, per annum; per capita, by heads, or according to individuals; per curiam, by the court; per se, by itself,… …

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  • 2per centum — per cent•um [[t]pər ˈsɛn təm[/t]] n. math. percent 1) • Etymology: 1555–65; < L: lit., by the hundred …

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  • 3per centum — noun a proportion in relation to a whole (which is usually the amount per hundred) (Freq. 3) • Syn: ↑percentage, ↑percent, ↑pct • Hypernyms: ↑proportion • Hyponyms: ↑absentee rate …

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  • 4per centum — /peuhr sen teuhm/ percent (def. 1). [1555 65; < L: lit., by the hundred] * * * …

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  • 5per centum — By the hundred …

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  • 6per cent. — per centum percentage, by the hundred …

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  • 7per ct. — per centum percentage, by the hundred …

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  • 8per cent — Per centum. [L.] By the hundred …

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  • 9per cent — An abbreviation of the Latin per centum, meaning by the hundred, or so many parts in the hundred, or so many hundredths …

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  • 10Per — Per, prep. [L. Cf. {Far}, {For }, {Pardon}, and cf. {Par}, prep.] Through; by means of; through the agency of; by; for; for each; as, per annum; per capita, by heads, or according to individuals; per curiam, by the court; per se, by itself, of&#8230; …

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  • 11Per annum — Per Per, prep. [L. Cf. {Far}, {For }, {Pardon}, and cf. {Par}, prep.] Through; by means of; through the agency of; by; for; for each; as, per annum; per capita, by heads, or according to individuals; per curiam, by the court; per se, by itself,&#8230; …

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  • 12Per cent — Per Per, prep. [L. Cf. {Far}, {For }, {Pardon}, and cf. {Par}, prep.] Through; by means of; through the agency of; by; for; for each; as, per annum; per capita, by heads, or according to individuals; per curiam, by the court; per se, by itself,&#8230; …

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  • 13Per diem — Per Per, prep. [L. Cf. {Far}, {For }, {Pardon}, and cf. {Par}, prep.] Through; by means of; through the agency of; by; for; for each; as, per annum; per capita, by heads, or according to individuals; per curiam, by the court; per se, by itself,&#8230; …

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  • 14per cen|tum — «puhr SEHN tuhm», 1. by the hundred. 2. for or in every hundred: »[The] senate bill…would require all organizations that lend money or give credit to disclose to the customer his cost in interest per centum per annum (Maclean s) …

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  • 15centum — I. ˈsentəm noun ( s) Etymology: Latin more at hundred : hundred sometimes used instead of cent in phrases per centum II. ˈkentəm, n …

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  • 16per cent — /pə ˈsɛnt / (say puh sent) adverb 1. by the hundred; for or in every hundred (used in expressing proportions, rates of interest, etc.): to get 3 per cent interest. Symbol: % –noun 2. a proportion; a percentage. 3. a stock which bears a specified&#8230; …

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  • 17Origin of the Albanians — Part of a series on Albanians …

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  • 18Linguistic issues concerning the euro — Several linguistic issues have arisen in relation to the spelling of the words euro and cent in the many languages of the member states of the European Union, as well as in relation to grammar and the formation of plurals.The official ruling is&#8230; …

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  • 19percent — percental, adj. /peuhr sent /, n. 1. Also called per centum. one one hundredth part; 1/100. 2. percentage (defs. 1, 3). 3. Brit. stocks, bonds, etc., that bear an indicated rate of interest. adj. 4. figured or expressed on the basis of a rate or&#8230; …

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  • 20List of Latin abbreviations — Latin was once the universal academic language in Europe. From the eighteenth century authors started using their mother tongue to write books, papers or proceedings. However, many Latin abbreviations continued to be used due to their precise&#8230; …

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