cent.


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cent.

abbr.
1. centigrade
2. Latin centum (hundred)
3. century
Translations

cent.

ABBR
1. =centigradeC
2. =central
3. =centurys
References in classic literature ?
Carry it through the year; he would save nearly a week's wages every two months, YOUR man nothing; thus saving five or six weeks' wages in a year, your man not a cent.
while the cost of living had gone up 100; and that with us, in a shorter time, wages had ad- vanced 40 per cent.
He went back to the day he first attempted to write, and was appalled at the enormous waste of time - and all for ten words for a cent.
Our loves are not given, but only lent, At compound interest of cent per cent.
There are strandings and strandings, but I am safe to say that 90 per cent.
2 per cent while Greece had the highest at 16 per cent.
According to the report, which followed 672 news portals in 18 Arab countries, sports news is the most popular type of content on Arabic portals at 62 per cent.
The southeastern region has 76 per cent combined, the west-central region 66 per cent and the east-central region 57 per cent.
In 2013, the UAE respondents are torn with regards to receiving a raise with 27 per cent expecting up to 15 per cent hike, while 21 per cent eyeing over 15 per cent.