Simple Definition of apiece
: for or to each person or thing
Full Definition of apiece
: for each one : individually
Examples of apiece
His shoes weigh four pounds apiece.
<when you figure that they usually sell for six dollars apiece, you're getting quite a bargain>
First Known Use of apiece
Rhymes with apiece
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APIECE Defined for Kids
Definition of apiece
: for each one <They cost 25 cents apiece.>
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