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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishapiecea‧piece /əˈpiːs/ adverb [only after number or noun]  EVERYONEcosting or having a particular amount each syn each The pictures are worth about £10,000 apiece. The two top teams have ten points apiece.
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apieceI bought a dozen cookies, so you can take three apiece.Oranges are 20 cents apiece.At Yanto's suggestion they had each gone off and found themselves a long thin stick apiece.Both are in their 50s, have been married for more than 30 years and have three children apiece.Broadus and Lee were free throughout the trial on $ 1 million bail apiece.Every Christmas we could expect at least one toy apiece.In seven Tests at headquarters between 1983 and 1989, Foster took just 14 wickets at 44 runs apiece.The 300 lobbyists and lawyers gave an average of just above $ 10,000 apiece.The past 10 congresses averaged voting on one amendment apiece, according to Congressional Quarterly.
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