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  • number of kilometres covered per week — savaitinis kilometražas statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Sportininko įveiktas nuotolis kilometrais savo arba kitos sporto šakos pratybose per savaitę. atitikmenys: angl. number of kilometres covered per week vok.… …   Sporto terminų žodynas

  • week — W1S1 [wi:k] n [: Old English; Origin: wicu] 1.) a period of seven days and nights, usually measured in Britain from Monday to Sunday and in the US from Sunday to Saturday once/twice/three times etc a week ▪ Letters were delivered twice a week… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • week — [ wik ] noun count *** a period of seven days, usually counted from a Sunday: He travels south two days a week. That left 15 dollars per week for food. last/next week: He will meet his uncle in Boston next week. a. a week in which particular… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • week — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ last, past ▪ previous ▪ coming, following, next ▪ consecutive, successive …   Collocations dictionary

  • Per. — 1. Persia. 2. Persian. * * * abbrev 1. Period 2. Person * * * per «puhr; stressed pur», preposition. 1. for each; for every: »a pint of milk per child, ten cents per pound …   Useful english dictionary

  • per. — 1. percentile. 2. period. 3. person. * * * abbrev 1. Period 2. Person * * * per «puhr; stressed pur», preposition. 1. for each; for every: »a pint of m …   Useful english dictionary

  • week */*/*/ — UK [wiːk] / US [wɪk] noun [countable] Word forms week : singular week plural weeks a period of seven days, usually counted from a Sunday He travels south two days a week. That left ten pounds per week for food. last/next week: He will meet his… …   English dictionary

  • per — /perr/; unstressed /peuhr/, prep. 1. for each; for every: Membership costs ten dollars per year. This cloth is two dollars per yard. 2. by means of; by; through: I am sending the recipe per messenger. 3. according to; in accordance with: I… …   Universalium

  • per — [[t]pɜː(r)[/t]] ♦♦ 1) PREP: amount PREP n You use per to express rates and ratios. For example, if something costs ₤50 per year, you must pay ₤50 each year for it. If a vehicle is travelling at 40 miles per hour, it travels 40 miles each hour.… …   English dictionary

  • Per diem — Per diem, is Latin for per day or for each day . It usually refers to the daily rate of any kind of payment. It may also refer to a specific amount of money that an organization allows an individual to spend per day, to cover living and… …   Wikipedia

  • per — [pə, pɜː ǁ pər, pɜːr] preposition 1. for each: • an average beef cattle price of $74.20 per hundred pounds • The price tag is $1500 per square foot of retail space. • Earnings per share rose 12% to 31.3 pence. • The Japanese have in recent years… …   Financial and business terms

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