简明英汉词典

each other
adv.
彼此, 互相

美国传统词典[双解]

each other
each other
pron.(代词)
Each the other. Used to indicate that a relationship or an action is reciprocal among the members of the set referred to by the antecedent:
互相:各自。用来表示先行词,指一组人之间的相互关系或行动:
The boys like each other.
男孩们互相都很喜欢

用法
It is often maintained that each other should be used to denote a reciprocal relation between two entities, with one another reserved for more than two: thus The twins dislike each other but The triplets dislike one another. Sixty-four percent of the Usage Panel says that they follow this rule in their own writing. But it should be pointed out that many reputable writers from Johnson onward have ignored the rule and that the use of each other for more than two, or of one another for two, cannot be considered incorrect. In particular, there are contexts in which each other and one another are subtly different in meaning. When speaking of an ordered series of events or stages, one another is the preferred form. Thus the sentence The waiters followed one another into the room was preferred by 73 percent of the Usage Panel to the sentence The waiters followed each other into the room. · Each other should not be used as the subject of a clause in writing. Instead of We always know what each other is thinking, one should write Each of us knows what the other is thinking. · The possessive forms of each other and one another are written each other's and one another's:
人们经常认为each other 应当用于表达两个个体间的相互关系, 而one another 表示两个以上的个体, 因此双胞胎各自不喜欢对方 而 三胞胎各自不喜欢对方。 64%的用法使用小组成员认为他们在写作中遵守这条规则。但应当指出的是许多著名作家,从约翰逊开始就忽略了这个规则,而用each other 来表示二个以上的人或物, 或用one another 表示两个也不能算错误。 尤其是在一些上下文中each other 和 one another 在意义上有着微妙的差别。 当提及事件或阶段的有序系列时,one another 是更好的选择。 因而句子侍者一个接一个地进入房间 得到了73%的用法使用小组成员的认可, 而不接受侍者依次进入房间 的说法。 Each other 在书面中不能用作从句的主语。不能说我们时刻都知道各自正想什么 , 而应该说我们各自都知道对方正在想什么 。 each other 和 one another 的物主形式分别为 each other's 和 one another's:
The boys wore each other's (not each others' ) coats.
男孩们互穿对方的(不是 each others' ) 外套。
They had forgotten one another's (not one anothers' ) names.
他们忘记了对方的(不是 one anothers' ) 姓名。

现代英汉词典

each other
pron.
另一个人,对方
They kissed each other.
他们彼此吻了对方。

现代英汉综合大辞典

each
[i:tF]
adj.
(指一定数量中的人或物的)每, 每一; 各个的, 各自的
There are new houses on each side of the street.
街道两边有新楼房。
E-student in our class has a dictionary.
我们班每位同学都有一本词典。

词性变化

each
[i:tF]
pron.

(1)

各个; 每个人[物]

(2)

[用作同位语]
The teacher gave us a list of five books each.
老师给我们每个人列了一个五本书的(阅读)书目。
E-of them wants to try.
他们每人都想试一试。
They each signed the paper.
他们每个人都在文件上签了名。
They were given two each.
他们每人得到两个。

习惯用语

each and all
每人都, 个个, 全部; 人人; 全体

each and every
每个

each other
互相, 彼此

基本词义

other
[5QTE]
adj.

(1)

另外的, 其他的, 别的

(2)

[the other](两个中)另一个; 其余的

(3)

不久前的, 从前的

(4)

第二的; 隔一个的

(5)

更多的, 额外的

(6)

不同的; 相反的; 对方的
have no other place to go
别无去处
one or the other
这一个或另一个
the other day
几天前
every other day
每隔一天
the other way
相反地

词性变化

other
[5QTE]
pron.

(1)

[pl. ]另外的人[物], 其他的人[物]; 另一方

(2)

[the other](两个中)另一个人[物]; [pl. ]其余的人[物]

(3)

不同者; 对立物
do good to others
为别人做好事
Hold it in this hand, not the other.
用这只手握着, 不要用那只手。

other
[5QTE]
adv.

(1)

另外地; 不同地; 用别的方法
I can't do other than to go.
我只好去。

(2)

【说明】①others, the others 是代词, 前面没有定冠词时, 指不定的“其它[他]的事物或人(复数)”, 如: We must think of others. 我们必须多为别人着想。 但

继承用法

others
和some对比使用时, 是“有些”的意思而不是做“其他”讲, 如:Some cleaned the windows, others mopped the floor. 有的擦窗户, 有的擦地板。

the others
是“其余的”意思, 表示在一个范围内的其他全部, 如: This dictionary is better than the others. 这本字典比别[其余]的好。

the other

(1)

是其中的“另一个”, 如:Give me the other one; not this one. 给我那一个, 不是这一个。

(2)

两个中的“另一个”是“the other”; 不定数目中的“另一个”是“another” , 如:This glass is broken. Get me another. 这个杯子坏了, 给我另拿一个来。(在许多杯子中的一个)

习惯用语

among others
除了别的以外; 其中

each other
互相, 彼此

every other
每隔一; 其他的...都

none other than
不是别的, 正是...

no other than
不是别的, 正是...

of all others
在所有的当中

one after the other
一个接一个地; 相继

one from the other
分别; 各别

quite other
完全不同的

some ... or other
某一个

some others
另外的什么人[物]

the other side
[美]欧洲

the other world
来世

other than
不同于; 除了

美国传统词典

each other
each other
pron.
Each the other. Used to indicate that a relationship or an action is reciprocal among the members of the set referred to by the antecedent:
The boys like each other.

用法
It is often maintained that each other should be used to denote a reciprocal relation between two entities, with one another reserved for more than two: thus The twins dislike each other but The triplets dislike one another. Sixty-four percent of the Usage Panel says that they follow this rule in their own writing. But it should be pointed out that many reputable writers from Johnson onward have ignored the rule and that the use of each other for more than two, or of one another for two, cannot be considered incorrect. In particular, there are contexts in which each other and one another are subtly different in meaning. When speaking of an ordered series of events or stages, one another is the preferred form. Thus the sentence The waiters followed one another into the room was preferred by 73 percent of the Usage Panel to the sentence The waiters followed each other into the room. · Each other should not be used as the subject of a clause in writing. Instead of We always know what each other is thinking, one should write Each of us knows what the other is thinking. · The possessive forms of each other and one another are written each other's and one another's:
The boys wore each other's (not each others' ) coats.
They had forgotten one another's (not one anothers' ) names.

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

each other
【WIN】左右对齐

英汉法学大词典

each other
彼此 ;n.互 ;adv.互相表示一致

英汉航海大词典

each other
adv.互相,彼此

英汉化学大词典

each other
pron.相互,彼此

英汉中医大词典

each other
n.互相,互为

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