PPC

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Noun[edit]

PPC (plural PPCs)

  1. (Britain, politics) Initialism of prospective parliamentary candidate: a candidate selected for a future election before the election campaign has officially begun.
  2. (Internet) Initialism of pay per click: an advertising model where the advertiser pays the publisher whenever the ad is clicked by a user.

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PPC

  1. (pour prendre congé) "to take leave"; sometimes written on address cards by persons making farewell visits
    • 1878, Henry James, Watch and Ward, Boston: Houghton, Osgood & Co., page 156:
      For four days he gave no sign; Nora was left to explain his absence as she might. Even Roger's amendment failed to console her. At last, as the two ladies were sitting at lunch, his card was brought in, superscribed P. P. C.