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  1. per cent

    • IPA[pə ˈsɛnt]

    英式

    • adv.
      by a specified amount in or for every hundred
    • n.
      one part in every hundred;the rate, number, or amount in each hundred.
    • noun: per cent

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    副詞

    • 1. by a specified amount in or for every hundred new car sales may be down nineteen per cent staff rejected a 1.8 per cent increase

    名詞

    • 1. one part in every hundred a reduction of half a per cent or so in price
    • the rate, number, or amount in each hundred.
    • adj.
      one hundred per cent; complete or total: many schools recorded cent per cent attendance
    • adv.
      completely; totally: they would not take a chance if he is not cent per cent fit

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    • n.
      the very richest segment of a population, consisting of those who belong to the top percentile ... while he came from lower-middle class roots, he's definitely in the one per cent now the time is long overdue for us to create an economy that works for middle class and working families, not just the one per cent
    • adj.
      denoting a type of partly skimmed milk containing one per cent milk fat: a small latte with one shot of espresso and one per cent milk

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    • adj.
      denoting a type of partly skimmed milk containing two per cent milk fat: using two per cent milk is an ideal way to reduce fat in sauces

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    • n.
      all members of a population except for those belonging to the top percentile of income or wealth. there is more binding the ninety-nine per cent together than there is driving us apart

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    • ph.
      entirely; completely

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    • ph.
      entirely; completely

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