What per diem means in Spanish?
Español. per diem adv. (daily, each day) por día loc adv. al día loc adv.
semanal; todas las semanas.
prn = latín " ro re nata", as required > siempre que sea necesario.
Español. cheaply adv. (at little cost) a precio bajo loc adv.
fera f (plural feres) wild animal, beast.
The adverb meaning of per diem is identical to its (only) Latin meaning: "by the day" or "for each day." People who are employed per diem work only on the days they are called in to work; they are employed not full-time or part-time, but by the day.
Initialisms are called siglas in Spanish. They're Spanish abbreviations of words also formed by the first letter of the words they represent. They work as nouns, too, and usually follow the grammar rules that apply to nouns. They do not end in a period.
Po = from the word 'pues' (well) and is just used for emphasis when speaking.
Medicines that are taken “as needed” are known as “PRN” medicines. “PRN” is a Latin term that stands for “pro re nata,” which means “as the thing is needed.” It's important to know the difference between daily and “as needed” medicines.
Carpe diem, a Latin phrase meaning "seize the day" Per diem, meaning "per day" De die in diem, a legal term meaning "from day to day"
Is Carpe Diem French or Spanish?
Carpe diem is a Latin phrase that can be translated literally as “pluck the day,” though It is more widely translated as “seize the day.”
how much does it cost.