Translation of every in Spanish:

every

Pronunciation: /ˈevri/

adj

  • 1 (each) every room was searched se registraron todas las habitaciones, se registró cada una de las habitaciones every writer needs a good dictionary todo escritor necesita un buen diccionario she wins every time siempre gana every day/minute is precious cada día/minuto es precioso she comes every month viene todos los meses it was expensive, but worth every penny salió caro, pero valió la pena she's written six novels and I've read every one ha escrito seis novelas y las he leído todas they gave every one of their employees a watch le regalaron un reloj a cada uno de los empleados every one of you todos y cada uno de ustedes every single one of them was broken estaban todos rotos, sin excepción they do it every time siempre hacen lo mismo every other boy in the class has one todos los demás niños de la clase tienen uno he pandered to her every whim le consentía todos los caprichos hanging on her every word pendiente de cada cosa que decía they watch your every move están continuamente vigilándote
  • 2 (indicating recurrence) cada every ten miles cada diez millas every three days, every third day cada tres días he comes every other day viene un día sí, otro no or (CS, Per) viene día por medio every other o every second house has a garden una casa sí y otra no tiene jardín leave every other page blank deja en blanco una página sí y otra no every other person I spoke to casi toda la gente con quien hablé every now and then o again de tanto en tanto every once in a while alguna que otra vez, de vez en cuando every so often cada tanto, de vez en cuando
  • 3 (very great, all possible) they have every confidence in us confían plenamente or tienen plena confianza en nosotros I wished them every happiness les deseé toda la felicidad del mundo we've every reason to doubt her word tenemos razones de peso or de sobra para dudar de su palabra she made every effort to satisfy him hizo lo indecible or todo lo posible por satisfacerlo there is every prospect of a reconciliation hay muchas posibilidades de que se reconcilien you had every chance tuviste todo tipo de oportunidades

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