percentage[ per-sen-tij ]SEE DEFINITION OF percentage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERCENTAGE
He's dropped into a soft spot—he rates best in the percentage card.
Take any ratio of percentage you please and something should have got us.
I would like to be paid a percentage on the money saved because of my report.'
Percentage of vote cast in Denver: Males, 57½; females, 42½.
Percentage of vote cast: Males, (nearly) 58½; females, (over) 41½.
The percentage of males in the State by the census of 1900 was 52.3.
Were the Royal Naval Division included the percentage would be worse.
Let x be percentage of copper, then 100 — x is percentage of "ferromanganese."
All of them are to be had cheap, some at just a percentage above the price of waste paper.
His tip was exactly ten cents, and out of this the head waiter must have his percentage.