简明英汉词典

each
[i:tF]
adj.
各自的, 每个的, 每一
pron.
各, 各自, 每个
adv.
每个

美国传统词典[双解]

each
each
AHD:[?ch]
D.J.[i8t.]
K.K.[it.]
adj.Abbr. ea.(形容词)缩写 ea.
Being one of two or more considered individually; every:
每,各:两个或多个中的一个;每个:
Each person cast a vote. My technique improved with each lesson.
每人投一票。我的技巧每节课都有提高
pron.(代词)
Every one of a group considered individually; each one.
各个,每一个:一组中视为单个个体的一个;每一个
adv.(副词)
For or to each one; apiece:
对每个地;每一:
ten cents each.
每个十分钱

语源

(1)

Middle English ech
中古英语 ech

(2)

from Old English ?c * see lok-
源自 古英语 ?c *参见 lok-

用法

(1)

The traditional rule holds that when the subject of a sentence begins with each, it is grammatically singular, and the verb and following pronouns must be singular as well:
传统规则规定,当句子的主语以each 开始时, 语法上讲是单数形式,所以动词及相应的代词也必须使用单数形式:
Each of the suites has (not have ) its (not their ) own private entrance (not entrances ).
每个套间都有(不是 have ) 它 (不是 their ) 自己的单独入口 (不是 entrances )。

(2)

When each follows a plural subject, however, the verb and subsequent pronouns remain in the plural:
当each 位于一个复数主语后面, 则动词和其后的代词仍为复数形式:
The suites each have their own private entrances (not has its own private entrance ).
每个套间都有它们各自单独的入口(不是 has it's own private entrance )。

(3)

An exception is made when each follows the verb with a first-person plural subject: one may say either We boys have each our own room or We boys have each his own room, though the latter form is somewhat stilted in modern use. · The expression each and every is likewise followed by a singular verb and singular pronoun in formal style:
一个例外是当each 前面动词带有第一人称复数形式的主语时: 既可以说我们男孩子们每人都有各自的一间房 或者也可以说 我们男孩子们每人都有他各自房间 , 虽然后一形式在现代用法中有些过时。这种表达each and every , 在正式文体中的后面也同样地使用单数动词和单数的代词:
Each and every driver knows (not know ) what his or her (not their ) job is to be. See Usage Note at every, he 1
每一位驾驶员都清楚(不是 know ) 她或他的工作 (不是 their ) 是什么 参见 everyhe1

现代英汉词典

each
[i:tF]
adj.
每,各;各自的
Give an apple to each child.
给每个孩子一个苹果。
You may find that each child in the kindergarten gives a different answer to the question.
你会发现幼儿园里的每个孩子对这个问题的回答都不相同。
There is a line of trees on each side of the road.
马路两边各有一行树。

词性变化

each
pron.
每个;各个;各自
Each of his children goes to a different school.
他的每个孩子都在不同的学校里读书。
He said he would see each of us separately.
他说他将分别约见我们每一个人。
Each and every difference contains contradiction.
每一个差异中无不包含矛盾。
Each has his merits.
各有所长。

现代英汉综合大辞典

every
[5evri]
adj.

(1)

每一[个]的

(2)

一切的, 全部的, 完全的

(3)

[和数词连用]每隔...的, 每...中的

(4)

一切可能的, 充分的
every year
每年
fight every inch of land
寸土必争
every bit
每一点, 完全, 全部
every now and then[again]
常常, 不时地
every once in a while
偶尔, 间或
every which way
四面八方, 非常混乱地
every time
每次
receive an injection every three days
每三天打一针
We went there every one of us.
我们大家都到那里去了。
He was given every chance to try the job.
他得到一切可能的机会去试做这件事。
E-door may be shut, but death's door.
人皆有死。
E-dog has its day.
[谚]凡人皆有得意之日[时]。
E-man has his weak side.
人皆有弱点。
E-cloud has a silver lining.
天无绝人之路, 黑暗中常有一线曙光。

(5)

【说明】 every 和each都可解释为“每”, “每个”, 但

继承用法

every
[5evri]
是指数目不确定的许多人[物]中间的每一个, 它的“总合”意义很重;

each
[i:tF]
则指一定数目中的每一个, “个别”意义较重。

every
[5evri]
只能用作形容词, 因此只有在与名词连用或构成复合词时, 才能用作主语或宾语;

each
[i:tF]
可用作形容词, 也可用作代词, 直接作主语或宾语, 如:each of us, each of the students, each student; every one of us, every student

习惯用语

everyone of them
[用于句子末尾]统统, 毫无例外

everyone of us
[用于句子末尾]统统, 毫无例外

everyone of you
[用于句子末尾]统统, 毫无例外

every other

(1)

所有其他的

(2)

间隔的

every so often
时时; 不时

基本词义

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

用法词典

each
来自中古英语ech,elc<古英语?lc 每

参考词汇

(1)

each,every这两个词都有“每个”的意义。

(2)

each强调各别、各个,而every 强调全部、都
He can get up for about two hours each day.
他每天可以起床活动大约两个小时。
He gave each boy an apple.
他给每个孩子一个苹果。
Nearly everybody enters for 'The Nicest Garden Competition' each year, but Joe wins everytime.
几乎每年每人都报名参加“最佳花园赛”,但每次都是乔获胜。
From each according to his ability, to each according to his work.
各尽所能,按劳分配。
The sun shines every day.
每天都是阳光灿烂。
He is only forty-one years old, and he has already been to nearly every country.
他只有41岁,而他已经几乎到过一切国家。

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

each
个的;每个

美国传统词典

each
each
AHD:[?ch]
D.J.[i8t.]
K.K.[it.]
adj.Abbr. ea.
Being one of two or more considered individually; every:
Each person cast a vote. My technique improved with each lesson.
pron.
Every one of a group considered individually; each one.
adv.
For or to each one; apiece:
ten cents each.

语源

(1)

Middle English ech

(2)

from Old English ?c * see lok-

用法

(1)

The traditional rule holds that when the subject of a sentence begins with each, it is grammatically singular, and the verb and following pronouns must be singular as well:
Each of the suites has (not have ) its (not their ) own private entrance (not entrances ).

(2)

When each follows a plural subject, however, the verb and subsequent pronouns remain in the plural:
The suites each have their own private entrances (not has its own private entrance ).

(3)

An exception is made when each follows the verb with a first-person plural subject: one may say either We boys have each our own room or We boys have each his own room, though the latter form is somewhat stilted in modern use. · The expression each and every is likewise followed by a singular verb and singular pronoun in formal style:
Each and every driver knows (not know ) what his or her (not their ) job is to be. See Usage Note at every, he 1

英汉船舶大词典

each
n.各,每

英汉法学大词典

each
adj.各个

英汉化学大词典

each
adj.各,各个;pron.各个

英汉海运大词典

each
每每个

英汉计算机大词典

each
adj.各(各个);pron.各个

英汉中医大词典

each
n.每,各,各自

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