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this is in the grocery ads for the week

c/u (hasta agotar existencias)

comparing to the English version it says

each (while quantities available)

I have never seen the abbreviation c/u in Spanish, in fact I don't remember seeing any at all.

Is this common for each, or is there another meaning'

  • Posted Sep 27, 2008
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Never seen it as an abbreviation but I´d bet that it´s "cada uno(a)". probably one/customer.

  • Sep 27, 2008
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Now that seems reasonable. I haven't learned to think outside the box in English, much less español.

samdie said:

Never seen it as an abbreviation but I´d bet that it´s "cada uno(a)". probably one/customer.

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  • Sep 27, 2008
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c/u = cada una, or cada uno depending on the product
yes you are correct in assuming that it means each

  • Sep 27, 2008
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cada uno c/u = each one

it is mostly used in products.

  • Sep 28, 2008
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