by the year

by the year

Per year; at a yearly rate. Because I'm no longer traveling so much for work, I can finally rent an apartment by the year.
See also: by, year

by the year

one year at a time. Most apartments are available by the year. We budget by the year.
See also: by, year
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This amount should rise to about $3.65 by 1999 and to around $4 by the year 2000.(3) Cost estimates for fixing the problem in the United States business sector range from $120 to $300 billion.
Also on the international front, William McDonough, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, in a keynote address to the annual meeting of the Institute of International Finance in Hong Kong, emphasized the importance of planning for the century date change on an international basis and the significant risk to financial markets posed by the Year 2000.
Census Bureau estimates that by the year 2025, more than one-quarter of the U.S.