pay-per-click

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pay-per-click

n
(Commerce) a system of payment used on the internet in which an advertiser on a website pays the website owner according to the number of people who visit the advertiser's website via the hyperlinked advert on the owner's website
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pay-per-click

[peɪpəˈklɪk]
A. Npago m por click
B. ADJde pago por click
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