apiece; per capita;each
The meat ration was down to one pound per person per week
Averaging it out between us there's less than £ a month each to live on.
Everyone has his own strong and weak points.
They have received at least twenty thousand pounds each but had gone to court to demand more.
Voters cut councillors 'pay and limited them to one staff member each.
The quota of four tickets per person had been reduced to two.
Social workers say the average caseload is families per employee.
We each have a notion of just what kind of person we'd like to be
Peter Cooke undertook to send each of us a sample contract for perusal
This simple chicken dish costs less than £ a head
They each put £ on Matthew scoring the first goal
Bed and breakfast costs from £ per person per night.
Each man had a paddle for an hour and then a rest.
Their Majesties celebrated our arrival by giving us each a little silver spoon.
Splitting the price six ways had still cost them each a bundle.
During the land reform each person got . mu of land.
He and I had two fish apiece
The World Series between the Atlanta Braves and Toronto Blue Jays is tied at one game apiece.
I bought them for a pound apiece, near enough
Coldplay and the Eagles had four nominations each, while Chris Brown and Lil Wayne received three apiece.
Yorke and Cole scored a goal apiece.
Simmons, the founder of Def Jam Recordings and the Phat Farm clothing empire, successfully sold those companies for more than a hundred million dollars apiece years ago.
西蒙斯是街头教父唱片公司(Def Jam Recordings)和Phat Farm服装公司的创始人。早在多年以前，他就成功地将这两家公司分别以超过亿美元的价格卖了出去。
He had only fifty poorly armed men with a ration of twenty cartridges apiece.
Even poor consumers will pay a dollar or so apiece.