Definition of "each" [each]

  • (adjective) Being one of two or more considered individually; every: Each person cast a vote. My technique improved with each lesson.
  • (pronoun) Every one of a group considered individually; each one.
  • (adverb) For or to each one; apiece: ten cents each.
  • (determiner) every (one) of two or more considered individually
  • (determiner) (as pronoun)
  • (adverb) for, to, or from each one; apiece

Use "each" in a sentence

  • "The first seven structure to be placed around each for the wellness and betterment of everyone. ..each person, each community, each nation."
  • ""In whatever light we consider their invention, as parts of _one whole_, relative to each other, or independent _each of the rest_, and as single subjects, there can be scarcely named a beauty or a mystery, of which the Cartoons furnish not an instance or a clue; _they are poised between perspicuity and pregnancy of moment_.""
  • "On the first day he opened, he said to the assembled school that he wanted each scholar to consider him as _a friend_; that he desired nothing but their good; and that it was for the interest of _each one_ of them that _all_ should be careful to observe the few and simple rules which he should lay down for the government of the school."

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