each 英 [i:tʃ]   美 [itʃ]

each

each  英 [i:tʃ] 美 [itʃ]

adj. 每;各自的  adv. 每个;各自  pron. 每个;各自 

He pricked down each item. 她记下了每一项。
Try to dress appropriately for each occasion. 试图为每个场合适当地打扮。

  • Use the adjective each when every separate person or thing in a group is considered individually, one by one or piece by piece. If all the guests at your party will go home with a goody bag, you can say that each person will get one.
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  • adj. 每;各自的
  • adv. 每个;各自
  • pron. 每个;各自
  • 1. He pricked down each item.

    她记下了每一项。

  • 2. Try to dress appropriately for each occasion.

    试图为每个场合适当地打扮。

  • 3. At the beginning of each class, I count off the students.

    每节课开始我先数一下学生的人数。

  • each Old English ælc (n., pron., adj.) "any, all, every, each (one)," short for a-gelic "ever alike," from a "ever" (see aye (adv.)) + gelic "alike" (see like (adj.)). From a common West Germanic expression *aiwo galika (source also of Dutch elk, Old Frisian ellik, Old High German iogilih, German jeglich "each, every"). Originally used as we now use every (which is a compound of each) or all; modern use is by influence of Latin quisque. Modern spelling appeared late 1500s. Also see ilk, such, which.
each / iːtʃ ; NAmE iːtʃ / determiner , pronoun used to refer to every one of two or more people or things, when you are thinking about them separately (两个或以上的人或物中)各自,各个,每个 Each answer is worth 20 points. 每题为 20 分。 Each of the answers is worth 20 points. 每题为 20 分。 The answers are worth 20 points each. 这些答题每题为 20 分。 ‘Red or blue?’ ‘I'll take one of each, please.’ “红的还是蓝的?”“请一样给我一个。” We each have our own car. 我们各人都有自己的汽车。 There aren't enough books for everyone to have one each. 没有足够的书给每人发一本。 They lost $40 each. 他们每人损失了 40 元。 Each day that passed he grew more and more desperate. 一天天过去,他变得越来越绝望。 GRAMMAR POINT 语法说明 each / every Eachis used in front of a singular noun and is followed by a singular verb. *each 用于单数名词前,后接单数动词: Each student has been given his or her own email address. 每个学生都得到自己的电子邮件地址。 The use of hisor hersometimes sounds slightly formal and it is becoming more common to use the plural pronoun their. 有时候 his 或 her 听起来有点正式,故日渐普遍使用复数代词 their: Each student has been given their own email address. 每个学生都得到自己的电子邮件地址。 When eachis used after a plural subject, it has a plural verb. *each 用于复数主语后,谓语动词用复数: They each have their own email address. 他们每个人都有自己的电子邮件地址。 Everyis always followed by a singular verb. *every 后总是接单数动词: Every student in the class is capable of passing the exam. 班上每个同学都有能力通过这次考试。 Each of, each one ofand every one ofare followed by a plural noun or pronoun, but the verb is usually singular. *each of、each one of 与 every one of 后接复数名词或代词,但谓语动词通常用单数: Each (one) of the houses was slightly different. 每座房子都稍有不同。 I bought a dozen eggs and every one of them was bad. 我买了一打鸡蛋,个个都是坏的。 A plural verb is more informal. 用复数动词则较非正式。 each / iːtʃ ; NAmE iːtʃ /
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