简明英汉词典

every
[5evri]
adj.
每一的, 每个的, 全部的, 每隔...的

美国传统词典[双解]

every
eve.ry
AHD:[μv“r?]
D.J.[6evri8]
K.K.[6Wvri]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Constituting each and all members of a group without exception.
每个的,所有的:无一例外的群体中的每一成员或全部的

(2)

Being all possible:
所有可能的:一切可能的,种种的:
had every chance of winning, but lost.
有种种获胜的机会,但还是输了

(3)

Being each of a specified succession of objects or intervals:
每隔的:物体确定连续序列中的每一个的或时间空间上的间隔的:
every third seat; every two hours.
每隔三个座位;每隔两个小时

(4)

The highest degree or expression of:
非常大的:…的最高程度或表述的:
showed us every attention; had every hope of succeeding.
向我们表示了最大的关注;对成功抱以最大的希望

习惯用语

every bit【非正式用语】
In all ways; equally:
在各方面,完全地;同样地:
He is every bit as mean as she is.
他完全与她同样平庸

every now and then或

every now and again
From time to time; occasionally.
不时地,时常地;偶尔地

every once in a while
From time to time; occasionally.
不时地;偶尔地

every other
Each alternate:
每隔一…地:
She went to visit her aunt every other week.
她每隔一星期去看一次姑妈

every so often
At intervals; occasionally.
时常,不时;偶尔地

every which way【非正式用语】

(1)

In every direction.
向四面八方地,朝各个方向地

(2)

In complete disorder.
杂乱无章地,全无秩序地

语源

(1)

Middle English everi, everich
中古英语 everi, everich

(2)

from Old English ??lc}
源自 古英语 ??lc} ?e [ever] * see aiw- ?e [曾经] *参见 aiw- ?c [each] * see lok- ?c [每个] *参见 lok-

用法
Every is representative of a large class of English words and expressions that are singular in form but felt to be plural in sense. The class includes, for example, noun phrases introduced by every, any, and certain uses of some. These expressions invariably take a singular verb; we say Every car has (not have ) been tested. Anyone is (not are ) liable to fall ill. But when a sentence contains a pronoun whose antecedent is introduced by every, grammar and sense pull in different directions. The grammar of these expressions requires a singular pronoun, as in Every car must have its brakes tested, but people persist in using the plural pronoun, as in Every car must have their brakes tested. Although the latter pattern is common in the speech of all groups, it is still widely regarded as grammatically incorrect in writing. · The effort to adhere to the grammatical rule leads to various complications, however. The first is grammatical. When a pronoun refers to a phrase containing every or any that falls within a different independent clause, the pronoun cannot be singular. Thus it is simply not English to say Every man left; he took his raincoat with him. Nor can one say No one could be seen, could he? Writers unwilling to use plural forms in these examples must find another way of expressing their meaning, either by rephrasing the sentence so as to get the pronoun into the same clause (as in Every man left, taking his raincoat with him ) or by substituting another word for every or any (as in All the men left; they took their raincoats with them. ) · The second complication is political. When a phrase introduced by every or any refers to a group containing both men and women, what shall be the gender of the singular pronoun? This matter is discussed in the Usage Note at he. See Usage Note at all, any, each, either, he 1neither, none
Every 是一大类英语单词和短语的代表, 它们在形式上是单数的,但在意义上感觉起来却是复数。例如,这一类词中所包括的由every,any 和某些用法中的 some 所引导的名词短语。 这些短语毫无例外的跟单数动词,我们说每辆车都已 (不是 have ) 被测试过。 每个人都(不是 are ) 会生病 。 但是当一个句子中包括一个由先行词every 引导的代词时, 从句法和意义上就要区分不同的情况了。象每一辆车必须测试它的制动器 这样的表达法在语法上要求使用一单数代词, 但人们总习惯于用复数代词,象Every car must have their brakes tested 这样。 虽然后面这种形式在各种团体的讲话中非常普遍,但它在写作中仍广泛地被认为是语法上的错误。无论如何,坚持语法规则的努力总会导致各种各样的复杂问题。首先是语法上的复杂性。当一个代词指代一个短语,而这个短语中包括every 或 any 属于另一个与此代词所在子句不同的独立子句中时, 这个代词不能用单数形式。因此很容易理解英国人为何不说每个人离开时,都拿着各自的雨衣 , 也不说没有人会被看到,不是吗? 。 不愿意在这些例子中用复数形式的书写者必须找到另外一种表达他们意思的方法,或者可以通过重新改变句子的说法以使代词与其指代的短语同属一个从句中(如Every man left, taking his raincoat with him ), 或者通过以另一个词代替every 或 any 的方法(如 All the man left;they took their raincoats with them )。 第二是政治上的复杂性。当一个被every 或 any 引导的短语指代的一个团体中既有男人又有女人时, 单数代词的词性怎么确定呢?这个问题在单词he的用法说明中将被讨论 参见 allanyeacheitherhe1neithernone

现代英汉词典

every
[5evrI]
adj.

(1)

每个的
I enjoyed every minute of the performance.
他自始至终欣赏这场演出。
Every second counts.
每秒钟都很重要。;争分夺秒。

(2)

every day
每天
Every child knows it.
每个小孩都知道。
Every time he wanted to come into the garden he would bark until someone opened the gate.
"每当它想进花园的时候,它就汪汪直叫,直到有人开门才罢休。"
He comes to see his parents every three days.
他每隔三天来看他的父母一次。
"We went to the theatre, every one of us."
我们大家都去看戏了。

(3)

一切可能的
She made every attempt.
她尽一切努力。
There is every appearance of snow.
看来是一定要下雪了。
She's every bit as clever and able as her sister.
她完全象她姐姐一样的聪明能干。
"What you said is true, every bit of it."
"你说得对,完全对。"
He was given every chance to get the post.
他得到一切可能的机会去获得这个职位。
This method is every-way better than that old one.
这个方法在每一方面都比那个老方法要好。

习惯用语

every other
每隔…的
Take this medicine with warm water every other day.
这药每隔一天随温水服一次。

every other
所有其他的人(或物)
"He was absent, but every other man was present and contributed their shares."
"只有他缺席,所有其他的人都到了并贡献了他们自己的一份力量。"

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

用法词典

every
中古英语everich, every<古英语?fre,?lc

英文相关词典

every
all    each    none    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

every
所有;每

美国传统词典

every
eve.ry
AHD:[μv“r?]
D.J.[6evri8]
K.K.[6Wvri]
adj.

(1)

Constituting each and all members of a group without exception.

(2)

Being all possible:
had every chance of winning, but lost.

(3)

Being each of a specified succession of objects or intervals:
every third seat; every two hours.

(4)

The highest degree or expression of:
showed us every attention; had every hope of succeeding.

习惯用语

every bitInformal
In all ways; equally:
He is every bit as mean as she is.

every now and thenor

every now and again
From time to time; occasionally.

every once in a while
From time to time; occasionally.

every other
Each alternate:
She went to visit her aunt every other week.

every so often
At intervals; occasionally.

every which wayInformal

(1)

In every direction.

(2)

In complete disorder.

语源

(1)

Middle English everi, everich

(2)

from Old English ??lc} ?e [ever] * see aiw- ?c [each] * see lok-

用法
Every is representative of a large class of English words and expressions that are singular in form but felt to be plural in sense. The class includes, for example, noun phrases introduced by every, any, and certain uses of some. These expressions invariably take a singular verb; we say Every car has (not have ) been tested. Anyone is (not are ) liable to fall ill. But when a sentence contains a pronoun whose antecedent is introduced by every, grammar and sense pull in different directions. The grammar of these expressions requires a singular pronoun, as in Every car must have its brakes tested, but people persist in using the plural pronoun, as in Every car must have their brakes tested. Although the latter pattern is common in the speech of all groups, it is still widely regarded as grammatically incorrect in writing. · The effort to adhere to the grammatical rule leads to various complications, however. The first is grammatical. When a pronoun refers to a phrase containing every or any that falls within a different independent clause, the pronoun cannot be singular. Thus it is simply not English to say Every man left; he took his raincoat with him. Nor can one say No one could be seen, could he? Writers unwilling to use plural forms in these examples must find another way of expressing their meaning, either by rephrasing the sentence so as to get the pronoun into the same clause (as in Every man left, taking his raincoat with him ) or by substituting another word for every or any (as in All the men left; they took their raincoats with them. ) · The second complication is political. When a phrase introduced by every or any refers to a group containing both men and women, what shall be the gender of the singular pronoun? This matter is discussed in the Usage Note at he. See Usage Note at all, any, each, either, he 1neither, none

英汉船舶大词典

every
n.每

英汉法学大词典

every
adj.各个

英汉化学大词典

every
adj.每个,一切可能的

英汉海运大词典

every
每次(闪光周期)

基本词义

every
每个一切可能的每次(闪光周期)

基本词义

every
每个一切可能的每次(闪光周期)

英汉计算机大词典

every
adj.每个(一切可能的)

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