Examples of apiece in a Sentence
His shoes weigh four pounds apiece.
when you figure that they usually sell for six dollars apiece, you're getting quite a bargain
Recent Examples of apiece from the Web
Santana, Knapp, and Nick Williams also notched two hits apiece, with Williams clobbering his eighth homer in 146 at-bats this season to lead off the second inning.
The development fund paid 5.6m pesos apiece to put up the structures at Majada Blanca; when the nets wear out, the villagers will have to replace them at a cost of 100,000 pesos each.
Although the add-on sensors, at roughly $200,000 apiece, are cheaper than operating stand-alone ocean bottom detectors, cable owners have been wary of affecting cable performance.
The team also got two RBI apiece from junior Jack Washburn and freshman Owen Washburn.
After each team plays three games apiece, the league will seed the teams and begin tournament play on July 11.
Most of the lodgings are in the two-story main buildings, but 12 bungalows (two to four rooms apiece) hide within the Jungle Gardens.
The franchisees, who will be spending from $300,000 to $600,000 apiece to open their doughnut-centric stores, were culled from 1,600 applicants, said Donut Bar co-owner Santiago Campa.
The medallions come in gold, priced at a princely 1,380 Singapore dollars apiece ($1,033), as well as silver and nickel.
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APIECE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of apiece for English Language Learners
: for or to each person or thing
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