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apiece (not comparable)
- Each by itself; for or to each one
- These melons cost a dollar apiece.
- 1943 January and February, Chas. S. Lake, “Some C.M.Es. I Have Known: IV—H. A. Ivatt”, in Railway Magazine, page 30:
- The engines were built in the Doncaster works at what I believe to have been the low cost, even for those days, of £2,500 apiece, [...].
- ^ https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/apiece
- ^ Douglas Harper (2001–2023), “apiece”, in Online Etymology Dictionary.