cent : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a fractional monetary unit of several countries
- n a coin worth one-hundredth of the value of the basic unit
- He showed that the wireless channels contribute about a tenth of a cent to a carrier's cost, that accounting charges might be twice that and that other costs basically round to .
- Of the employed, 68 per cent are in business, the rest in professions, government and armed forces.
- Police 74 per cent Taxi drivers 49 per cent Lawyers 48 per cent Travel agents 42 per cent Financial advisors 40 per cent Car salesmen eight per cent.
- Al Gore in The Age
I am deeply honoured to receive the Nobel Peace Prize,Mr Gore said in a statement. "My wife, Tipper, and I will donate 100 per cent of the proceeds of the award to the Alliance for Climate Protection, a bipartisan non-profit organisation...
- Barack Obama in Sydney Morning Herald
Early this morning the House and Senate reached an agreement on a set of Wall Street reforms that represents 90 per cent of what I proposed when I took up this fight,Mr Obama said.
- Tomas Berdych in Toronto Star
I don't know if he is just looking for some excuses after the match or something like that,he said. "He was, I think, 100 per cent ready."