Definition of 'per day'
Example sentences containing 'per day'
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The radiation takes just ten minutes per day. The Sun (2006)She needed to cut her teas and coffees to just four per day with no sugar. The Sun (2009)This all means a lot less driving per day! The Sun (2012)The other option is to charge less per day and opt for a cash or equity bonus down the line. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The cost can average out at just 60 per day. Times, Sunday Times (2006)So a small car can cost just 9.99 per day. The Sun (2009)My only allowance was 1.25 per day for meals out. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But taking the pill involves discipline too, and only about a minute less time per day. Christianity Today (2000)Almost half the 12.9 million population lives on less than 50p per day. Times, Sunday Times (2007)THE average time spent preparing meals has shrunk from two hours in 1980 to 20 minutes or less per day. The Sun (2009)
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