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Either way think about why it was so easy to cheat. The Sun (2016)Nowhere has there been anything on either side resembling an infantry advance. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Most of the time people were either shouting or mumbling. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There is no turning back the clock on either of those fronts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We either have the money or the car. The Sun (2016)Either you put it in the past or you get yourself down. The Sun (2016)And not just any nominee either. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Their attacks can either end inside the box, or they can score from long range. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A draw is not much use to either of them. Times, Sunday Times (2016)An extra day is available for free with either three days for the price of two, or four days for the price of three. The Sun (2017)Scholars of violin performance will find little to detain them here about either technique or repertoire. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)Items at either end of the concert provided welcome ballast. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They may exist because either pastor or people have been hurt. Christianity Today (2000)This means your money will either be earning no interest or very little interest. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You put in either your fingerprint or a personal identification number. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He learnt how to tie knots and to use scissors with either hand. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They were either free transfers or loan signings. The Sun (2009)No one in either country has voted for more asymmetric devolution. Times, Sunday Times (2015) Things are either voluntary or they are not. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Say you either tackle the issues which are making her hold back or call it a day. The Sun (2010)People seemed to want either to cry or spit. various & introduction by Deirdre Chapman A Roomful of Birds - Scottish short stories 1990 (1990)Commitment goes deeper than either of you are yet to realise. The Sun (2014)The boss declined the invitation to criticise the lack of effort of his team afterwards either. The Sun (2007)Why are there so few women on either front bench? The Sun (2015)No one was hurt in either incident. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Regulation of the press is a matter either recognised in law or it is not. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Police said they would have objected if they had known either man was there. The Sun (2008)He just needs either to delve deeper or to have more life on which to report. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We want a civilised human being at either end of the competition and a savage in the middle. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The idea is to arrive at a design that cannot be improved either by taking anything away or adding anything to it. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Why did we come to think this was affordable, either personally or nationally? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Yet he was afraid of something, and not anything physical either. various & introduction by Deirdre Chapman A Roomful of Birds - Scottish short stories 1990 (1990)

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Inglés británico: either /ˈaɪðə; ˈiːðə/ ADVERB
You use either in negative sentences to mean also.
He said nothing, and she did not speak either.
  • Inglés americano: either
  • Árabe: فَوْقَ ذَلِك
  • Portugués brasileño: tampouco
  • Chino: 任一
  • Croata: ni
  • Checo: ani
  • Danés: heller
  • Holandés: evenmin
  • Español europeo: tampoco
  • Finlandés: kumpikaan
  • Francés: non plus
  • Alemán: ebenso
  • Griego: ούτε
  • Italiano: nemmeno
  • Japonés: ・・・もまた 否定
  • Coreano: ...도 또한 ...아니다
  • Noruego: heller
  • Polaco: również
  • Portugués: tampouco
  • Rumano: nici
  • Ruso: также
  • Español: tampoco
  • Sueco: antingen
  • Tailandés: ไม่เช่นกัน
  • Turco: ikisinden biri
  • Ucraniano: також
  • Vietnamita: hoặc
Inglés británico: either /ˈaɪðə; ˈiːðə/ DETERMINER
each Either means each.
The teams waited at either end of the gym.
  • Inglés americano: either
  • Árabe: إمَا
  • Portugués brasileño: cada
  • Chino: 或者
  • Croata: svaki
  • Checo: oba
  • Danés: enten
  • Holandés: beide
  • Español europeo: cada
  • Finlandés: -kaan/-kään
  • Francés: soit
  • Alemán: entweder
  • Griego: είτε
  • Italiano: entrambi
  • Japonés: ・・・かまたは・・・か
  • Coreano: ...이든 (아니면)...
  • Noruego: enten
  • Polaco: albo
  • Portugués: cada
  • Rumano: fiecare
  • Ruso: каждый
  • Español: cada
  • Sueco: eller
  • Tailandés: แต่ละ
  • Turco: ya o, ya bu
  • Ucraniano: кожен
  • Vietnamita: mỗi
Inglés británico: either /ˈaɪðə; ˈiːðə/ PRONOUN
You can use either when there are two things to choose from.
She wants a husband and children. I don't want either.
  • Inglés americano: either
  • Árabe: أَيُّ مِنْ
  • Portugués brasileño: cada um
  • Chino: 任一
  • Croata: bilo koji
  • Checo: kterýkoliv
  • Danés: begge
  • Holandés: beide
  • Español europeo: cualquiera
  • Finlandés: jompikumpi
  • Francés: l’un ou l’autre
  • Alemán: einer von beiden
  • Griego: εκάτερος
  • Italiano: l'uno o l'altro
  • Japonés: どちらも
  • Coreano: 어느 쪽 하나
  • Noruego: begge
  • Polaco: którykolwiek
  • Portugués: cada um
  • Rumano: niciunul
  • Ruso: каждый
  • Español: cualquiera de los dos
  • Sueco: endera
  • Tailandés: อย่างใดอย่างหนึ่งในจำนวนสอง
  • Turco: her ikisi de
  • Ucraniano: обидва
  • Vietnamita: một trong hai
Inglés británico: either /ˈaɪðə; ˈiːðə/ DETERMINER
one of two things Either means one of two things or people.
You can choose either date.
  • Inglés americano: either
  • Árabe: أَيُّ مِنْهُما
  • Portugués brasileño: um
  • Chino: 任一两者中的
  • Croata: bilo koji
  • Checo: jeden ze dvou
  • Danés: begge
  • Holandés: een van beide
  • Español europeo: cualquiera de los dos
  • Finlandés: kumpi tahansa
  • Francés: l'un ou l'autre
  • Alemán: eins von beiden
  • Griego: ένας από τους δύο
  • Italiano: uno dei due
  • Japonés: どちらか
  • Coreano: 각각
  • Noruego: hvilken (som helst)
  • Polaco: również
  • Portugués: um de dois
  • Rumano: oricare
  • Ruso: любой из
  • Español: cualquier
  • Sueco: endera
  • Tailandés: อย่างใดอย่างหนึ่ง
  • Turco: ya
  • Ucraniano: будь-який
  • Vietnamita: một trong hai


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