Apiece (adverb)

For each one.

Origin:

From the phrase each one, from the old english word ān (one) + piȝe (peace).

Examples:

  1. He gave them $20 apiece for their work.
  2. The toys cost $10 apiece.
  3. The word "apiece" comes from the phrase each one which means every single one.
  4. The guests were charged $5 apiece for the concert.
  5. Each of the items were sold for $50 apiece.
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