every 英 [ˈevri] 美 [ˈɛvri]
every box is same. 每个盒子都一样。
He drinks wine every week. 他每周都喝酒。
- Use the adjective every to talk about all examples of something or all the members of a group. If you invite every classmate to your party, you're asking all 30 of them to come.
- adj. 每个的；每隔…的
1. every box is same.
2. He drinks wine every week.
3. The buses go every 10 minutes.
公共汽车每隔 10 分钟发一班车。
4. I could hear every word they said.
every ★ / ˈevri ; NAmE ˈevri / determiner 1 ★ used with singular nouns to refer to all the members of a group of things or people （与单数名词连用，指整体中的）每一个，每个 ◆ She knows every student in the school. 她认识学校里的每一个学生。 ◆ I could hear every word they said. 他们说的每句话我都能听见。 ◆ We enjoyed every minute of our stay. 我们逗留期间每一分钟都过得很愉快。 ◆ Every day seemed the same to him. 对他来说似乎天天都一样。 ◆ Every singletime he calls, I'm out. 他每次打电话来我都不在家。 ◆ I read every lastarticle in the newspaper (= all of them). 报纸上的每一篇文章我都读。 ◆ They were watching her every movement. 他们注视着她的每一个动作。 ◆ Every one of their CDs has been a hit. 他们的每一张激光唱片都曾经非常流行。 ☞note at each 2 ★ all possible 所有可能的；完全可能的 ◆ We wish you every success. 我们祝你万事如意。 ◆ He had every reason to be angry. 他完全有理由感到愤怒。 3 ★ used to say how often sth happens or is done （表示发生的频率）每，每逢，每隔 ◆ The buses go every 10 minutes. 公共汽车每隔 10 分钟发一班车。 ◆ We had to stop every few miles. 我们每走几英里就得停一停。 ◆ One in every three marriages ends in divorce. 三分之一的婚姻都以离婚告终。 ◆ He has every third day off (= he works for two days then has one day off then works for two days and so on). 他每隔两天休息一天。 ◆ We see each other every now and again. 我们偶尔相见。 ◆ Every now and thenhe regretted his decision. 他有时为自己的决定后悔。 IDIOM ★ every other each alternateone (= the first, third, fifth, etc. one, but not the second, fourth, sixth, etc.) 每隔一个 ◆ They visit us every other week. 他们隔周来看我们一次。 every / ˈevri ; NAmE ˈevri /