• Definition for "each"
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each definition

  • adjective:
    • becoming one of two or maybe more considered individually; every: Each person cast a vote. My strategy improved with every course.
    • all the two or more individuals creating several things, considered individually from the sleep. Its made use of both with or without a following noun.
    • Every; -- occasionally made use of interchangeably with every.
    • (used of matter nouns) everyone considered separately
  • pronoun:
    • each one of a group considered independently; each one.
  • adverb:
    • For or to each one of these; apiece: ten cents each.
    • to or out of every one of two or even more (considered individually)
  • determiner:
    • all; every; qualifying one noun, indicating all examples of finished . so-named viewed as specific or split products (compare every)
    • every one; almost everything
    • for just one; per
  • noun:
    • a person product: the smallest amount of quantitative product in a grouping.
  • others:
    • Being either or any product of a numerical aggregate composed of a couple of, indefinitely: found in predicating a similar thing of both or all of the people in the set, aggregate, or show discussed or taken into account, considered individually or 1 by 1: usually followed by one, with of before a noun (partitive genitive): as, each intercourse; each side of the river; each rock in a building; every one of all of them has had another training course from every other.
    • all of a variety or numerical aggregate, considered separately: comparable to the adjectival phrase each one: as, each moved his way; each had two; all of them was of another dimensions (which, from most of the others, or out of each and every one else inside number).
    • Both.
    • Each others; each other: today typically utilized when two individuals or things are involved, but additionally made use of more loosely like one another (which see, under another): as, they love each other (this is certainly, each loves others).
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