determiner & pronoun
- Used to refer to every one of two or more people or things, regarded and identified separately: [as determiner]: each battery is in a separate compartment each one of us was asked what went on [as pronoun]: Derek had money from each of his five uncles they each have their own personalityMore example sentences
- Fawcett's team won the last three ends but managed only a single shot on each of them.
- He has a growing collection of plastic dinosaurs and he can pretty much name each one.
- It is so heavy that it can only be pulled at a walk by eight horses, each of which has to give full effort.
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- To, for, or by every one of a group (used after a noun or an amount): the cameras cost £35 each Paul and Bill have a glass eachMore example sentences
- Four seminars were held in July, one each for trustees, presidents, deans, and school heads.
- The glasses only cost $0.85 each, but the minimum order is for 25 pairs.
- Cinema-goers paid 20p each to become the inaugural customers at the 10-screen multiplex.
each and every
- Every single (used for emphasis): taking each and every opportunity I look forward to seeing each and every one of youMore example sentences
- We should enjoy each and every of these small things in our lives to the fullest.
- It is a rare opportunity for each and every individual member to say what he or she thinks.
- Thank you to each and every one of you who left a nice comment or sent me an email.