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per se

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishper seper se /ˌpɜː ˈseɪ $ ˌpɜːr ˈsiː, -ˈseɪ, ˌper ˈseɪ/ adverb formal  XXused to say that something is being considered alone, not with other connected things The color of the shell per se does not affect the quality of the egg.
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per seMoney per se is not the main reason that people change careers.
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