Origin of cent
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How to use cent in a sentence
For example, since 2011 it has been adding 30 per cent more capacity per year on flights to Puerto Rico.
The Wall Street Journal reported that in the U.S. 44 per cent of drinkers aged between 21 and 27 had never even tried Budweiser.
In Kentucky the bourbon distillers have had to increase their payrolls by 77 per cent in two years to meet the demand.
Force senators, their spouses and their immediate family to report their wealth down to the last dollar and cent.
And--crucially--if no one gets 50 per cent of the vote, the top two candidates face off on December 6th.
The Act permits member banks to accept an amount of bills not exceeding 50 per cent.
We did not talk much about the past at dinner, except—ah me, how bitterly we regretted our 10 per cent.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton
Up to the present, I have not received a cent from the revolutionists or from the Spanish Government to cover these expenses.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman
The percentage of gold to the notes—the main demand liability—has, of course, fallen from about 65 to 35 per cent.
At present this medium is paper money depreciated, as in the case of the Reichsbank notes, by nearly 30 per cent.
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Word Origin for cent
Other Idioms and Phrases with cent
see for two cents; not worth a dime (red cent); put in one's two cents.