- apiece (adv.)
- 1550s, a contraction of a pece (mid-15c.), originally of coins, objects for sale, etc. (see a (2) + piece (n.)).
- 1. I bought them for a pound apiece, near enough.
- 2. He and I had two fish apiece.
- 3. Entire roast chickens were sixty cents apiece.
- 4. Owen and Goddard scored a goal apiece.
- 5. The tickets are one pound apiece.
[ apiece 造句 ]