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    Default How to say discount?

    For example, how to say a 80% discount?
    Thanks!

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    You can say it exactly like that!

    Examples:

    Get an 80% discount on sale items today!

    Members will be entitled to an 80% discount.
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    In spoken english, people just say a discount like that? Are there any parlance like 20...? Sorry, I can not say it completely. :(

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    "Members will be entitled to an eighty percent discount."
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    That's quite a discount.

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