a; an; each; every

a; an; each; every
لِكُلّ \ a; an; each; every: twice a day; 80 miles an hour; ten pence a packet. per: for each: It costs 36 pence per pound. He earns ?8000 per annum (for each year).

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  • each / every —    These are singular distributive pronouns; use them with a singular verb. Each refers to a single individual in a group: Each of us voted differently.    Every refers to all the members of a group inclusively: Every one of us voted the same …   Confused words

  • each / every —    These are singular distributive pronouns; use them with a singular verb. Each refers to a single individual in a group: Each of us voted differently.    Every refers to all the members of a group inclusively: Every one of us voted the same …   Confused words

  • each — W1S1 [i:tʃ] determiner, pron, adv [: Old English; Origin: Alc] 1.) every one of two or more things or people, considered separately →↑every ▪ She had a bottle in each hand. ▪ Grill the fish for five minutes on each side. ▪ Each member of the team …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Every — Ev er*y, a. & a. pron. [OE. everich, everilk; AS. [=ae]fre ever + [ae]lc each. See {Ever}, {each}.] 1. All the parts which compose a whole collection or aggregate number, considered in their individuality, all taken separately one by one, out of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Every each — Every Ev er*y, a. & a. pron. [OE. everich, everilk; AS. [=ae]fre ever + [ae]lc each. See {Ever}, {each}.] 1. All the parts which compose a whole collection or aggregate number, considered in their individuality, all taken separately one by one,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Every now and then — Every Ev er*y, a. & a. pron. [OE. everich, everilk; AS. [=ae]fre ever + [ae]lc each. See {Ever}, {each}.] 1. All the parts which compose a whole collection or aggregate number, considered in their individuality, all taken separately one by one,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • each — O.E. ælc any, all, every, each (one), short for a gelic ever alike, from a ever (see AYE (Cf. aye) (2)) + gelic alike (see LIKE (Cf. like) (adj.)). From a common West Germanic expression *aiwo galika (Cf. Du. elk, O.Fris …   Etymology dictionary

  • each — [ēch] adj., pron. [ME ech, elc, each, every < OE ælc < * agilic, akin to OHG iogilith (Ger jeglich) < PGmc * aiw galic: see AYE1 & ALIKE] every one of two or more considered separately [each (one) of you will be notified] adv. apiece… …   English World dictionary

  • every last — each. Every last bit of the meal was delicious. Usage notes: used for emphasis: The lawyer explained every last detail of the contract …   New idioms dictionary

  • each — 1 /i:tS/ determiner, pronoun 1 every single one or two or more things or people considered separately: Jane had a blister on each foot. | There are four bedrooms, each with its own shower. | The price is $60 for a week, then $10 for each extra… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • each — /eech/, adj. 1. every one of two or more considered individually or one by one: each stone in a building; a hallway with a door at each end. pron. 2. every one individually; each one: Each had a different solution to the problem. adv. 3. to, from …   Universalium

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