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They grabbed a goal apiece here to secure a much-needed three points after a run of just four wins in 15 in all competitions. The Sun (2016)Strike a deal for a point apiece? Times, Sunday Times (2006)By the end of the first day the two teams had signed just one deal apiece. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The sides shared a goal apiece inside two minutes of each other in the first half. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Hard to argue with a point apiece. The Sun (2011)Four riders are sharing top spot with two wins apiece. The Sun (2010)Both sides went for the victory but had to settle for a point apiece. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Each of the wagons was flanked now by just two men apiece. Man of Honour (2007)And a point apiece did neither team much good. The Sun (2012)But a point apiece was small consolation for either side who remain dangerously close to the drop zone. The Sun (2014)Two daughters have one daughter apiece. Times, Sunday Times (2008)These cost him less than one cent apiece to make: he sold them for five cents. THE ESSENTIAL DRUCKER (2001)The two sides go into today's match with one victory apiece. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Both finished the season on 76 points with one win apiece against each other in the league. The Sun (2007)Still, a point apiece was probably the fairest outcome. The Sun (2013)And they hit one apiece to sink Wolves and take their side up to third. The Sun (2012)Good clean sheet and winning 2-0 with your front two getting a goal apiece is a good win. The Sun (2012)A point apiece was the right result. The Sun (2009)A point apiece was probably about right in an entertaining game. The Sun (2010)A point apiece was fair enough. The Sun (2013)A point apiece, except for those watching. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Eight wickets at 45 apiece in first three Tests did him scant justice. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The pair scored a goal apiece, making their combined tally 45 this season. The Sun (2016)But when he realised it would cost 32, decided on just one apiece. The Sun (2011)And two'emergency transfers' allow you to swap one additional player apiece. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'apiece'
British English: apiece ADVERB
If people have a particular number of things apiece, they have that number each.
He and I had two fish apiece.
Definition of apiece from the Collins English Dictionary
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