per diem

[adv] - one every day
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Per Diem

A traditional unit of frequency equal to once a day. See also: Frequency, Per Mensem.
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Per diem

Per di'em [ Latin ] By the day; substantively (chiefly U. S.), an allowance or amount of so much by the day.
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per diem

by the day adverb one every day; `we`ll save 100 man-hours per diem`
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per diem

noun a daily allowance for living expenses (especially while traveling in connection with your job)
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Per diem

• By the day; substantively (chiefly U. S.), an allowance or amount of so much by the day.
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per diem

per diem An amount or allowance of so much every day.
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PER DIEM

A form of payment for services in which the provider is paid a daily fee for specific services or outcomes, regardless of the cost of provision.
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per diem

An allowance for daily expenses. Often used to reimburse employees for estimated expenses as opposed to accounting for each small component of the expenses.
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Per Diem

adj. n. latin for "per day".It is applicable for payments made on daily basis such as travel and lodging fees of an agent or an employee.
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per diem

adj. or n. Latin for "per day," it is short for payment of daily expenses and/or fees of an employee or an agent.
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Per Diem

Per diem is Latin for By the day
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per diem

by the day ; in the cruise industry, the per-day cost of a cruise, per person
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Per diem

Per diem (Latin for `per day` or `for each day`) is a daily allowance for expenses—a specific amount of money an organization gives an individual, often an employee, per day to cover living expenses when traveling for work. A per diem can include part or all of the expenses incurred, for example it may exclude accommodation (for which reimbu...
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per diem

per day
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Per Diem

The per person, per day cost of a cruise. There's a huge variation among (and even within) cruise li
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Per Diem

Latin for 'Per Day'. Often refers to money paid to employees for daily expenses or reimbursements
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