apiece

[ uh-pees ]
/ əˈpis /

adverb

for each piece, thing, or person; for each one; each: We ate an orange apiece. The cakes cost a dollar apiece.

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Origin of apiece

First recorded in 1425–75, apiece is from the late Middle English word a pease. See a2, piece
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apiece
/ (əˈpiːs) /

adverb

(postpositive) for, to, or from each onethey were given two apples apiece
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