Translation of each in Spanish:

each

Pronunciation: /iːtʃ/

adjective/adjetivo

  • cada (invariable adjective/adjetivo invariable) each question is worth five points cada pregunta vale cinco puntos each one is hand-painted cada uno de ellos está pintado a mano each one of us/them cada uno de nosotros/ellos each and every house in the neighborhood todas las casas del barrio, sin excepción or todas y cada una de las casas del barrio I want each and every one of you to be present quiero que estén todos presentes, quiero que estén presentes todos y cada uno de ustedes or todos sin excepción

pronoun/pronombre

  • 1.1 cada uno, examine the rings: each represents a year's growth observen los anillos: cada uno representa un año de crecimiento we passed through several villages, each more picturesque than the last pasamos por varios pueblecitos, a cuál más pintoresco each in turn stepped onto the stage uno por uno fueron subiendo al escenario I'll have a little of each, please sírveme un poco de cada uno, por favor 1.2each of each of them blamed the other se echaron la culpa mutuamente the missiles, each of which costs … los misiles, cada uno de los cuales cuesta … each of us must do his duty cada uno de nosotros tiene que cumplir con su deber he questioned each of them in turn les preguntó uno por uno 1.3 (after n or pron) they each received a gift cada uno recibió un regalo you have each been granted … a cada uno de ustedes se le ha otorgado … John and Bill each won a car John y Bill ganaron un coche cada uno

adverb/adverbio

  • we were paid $10 each nos pagaron 10 dólares a cada uno the apples are 20 cents each las manzanas valen 20 centavos por pieza or cada una

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