[ US /ˈsɛnt/ ]
[ UK /sˈɛnt/ ]
[ UK /sˈɛnt/ ]
- a coin worth one-hundredth of the value of the basic unit
- a fractional monetary unit of several countries
How To Use cent In A Sentence
- It's not bad but neither is it brilliant - which won't bother 99 per cent of buyers one jot as they are in it for the image.
- Within five years, a unified currency in 1933 the "central" issue of "legal tender" currency has been relatively stable, so Donglai Bank has to resume business.
- She has certainly branched out into more interesting work in recent years.
- By the time harmony was a few centuries old, it began to shiver and shake from them.
- Concentration now had to be aimed at the means of transporting the aircraft from the field to the carrier in Glasgow.
- When your bulbs arrive, or you buy them from the garden center, gather everyone together, hand out garden tools and start digging.
- Gone was the prim nodus; instead her long hair was parted in the center and allowed to fall loose under a veil, in a deliberate echo of the statuary poses of classical goddesses. Caesars’ Wives
- I learned how to negotiate fights between adolescent girls without making it seem like parental interference.
- The main square is called “Rynek” (which basically means “central market place”), and in the middle there are two buildings: “Ratusz” or City Hall (compare with German “Rathaus”) and “Sukiennice”, a long one-level building not unlike a bazaar, filled with stores. Matthew Yglesias » Krakow
- Hopefully, North Norfolk will soon shake off this surreal obsession with the Lib Dems and embrace their NE Cambs neighbour's decent Tory stance. Will Iain Dale have to repay the donations ?