Per se

The meaning of the word Per se is: by itself or as such


“I have completed the report per se,” the employee showed his own report told his boss, “and had to stay up all night to complete it.”

published by Jackson on 2021-02-27 01:56:33

Even though their son is not the only student struggling in math class per se, the other students did not matter to his parents.

published by Williemae on 2021-04-02 19:57:47

“Eating chocolate ice cream per se isn’t terribly unhealthy,” the nutritionist told her overweight client, “but you have diabetes.”

published by Floretta on 2021-10-31 13:47:10

It wasn’t Kevin’s fault for hitting the dog with his car per se because the dog’s owner left the gate open for the dog to run free.

published by Nguyet on 2021-08-19 00:46:50

“If homework does not get done on a regular basis per se, you will most likely make a bad grade,” the teacher warned.

published by Oma on 2021-05-01 13:54:38

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