Definition of 'every'
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I've admitted killing him - he deserved it, every time I put the knife into him. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)He's had every man in Talabar who even thinks he knows how to make gunpowder taken into custody. TREASON KEEP (2002)Korandellan used to bring Sanctuary back every spring to allow time to catch up. TREASON KEEP (2002)
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Translations for 'every'
British English: every /ˈɛvrɪ/ ADJECTIVE
You use every to mean all the people or things in a group.
Every pupil in the school was there.
- American English: every
- Arabic: كُلُّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: cada
- Chinese: 每一个的
- Croatian: svaki
- Czech: každý
- Danish: enhver
- Dutch: elke
- European Spanish: todo
- Finnish: joka
- French: chaque
- German: jeder
- Greek: κάθε
- Italian: ogni
- Japanese: すべての
- Korean: 모든
- Norwegian: hver
- Polish: każdy
- European Portuguese: cada
- Romanian: fiecare
- Russian: каждый
- Spanish: cada
- Swedish: varje
- Thai: ทุกๆ
- Turkish: her
- Ukrainian: кожен
- Vietnamese: mọi tất cả
Definition of every from the Collins English Dictionary
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