kazdy [KAZH-dee] There's a noted saxophonist named Dave Koz, who worked on the Arsenio Hall show for a time, and who played the theme for the TV show ~General Hospital~ (Don't ask how I know this If you think knowing this is scary ) You may want to consider thinking of Koz each and every time you hear a saxophone Date of entry: 13 April 2000
emphasis You can refer to each and every member of a group to emphasize that you mean all the members of that group. Each and every person responsible for his murder will be brought to justice They can't destroy truth without destroying each and every one of us
Every one of the two or more individuals composing a number of objects, considered separately from the rest
Tom has given everybody three apples each. - Tom has given everyone three apples each.
Everyone knows they like each other, except for them. - Everyone knows they like each other, except them.
It is used either with or without a following noun; as, each of you or each one of you
If you refer to each thing or each person in a group, you are referring to every member of the group and considering them as individuals. Each book is beautifully illustrated Each year, hundreds of animals are killed in this way Blend in the eggs, one at a time, beating well after each one. Each is also a pronoun. two bedrooms, each with three beds She began to consult doctors, and each had a different diagnosis. Each is also an emphasizing pronoun. We each have different needs and interests. Each is also an adverb. The children were given one each, handed to them or placed on their plates They were selling tickets at six pounds each. Each is also a quantifier. He handed each of them a page of photos Each of these exercises takes one or two minutes to do The machines, each of which is perhaps five feet in diameter, are not the largest devices in the room
You use each other when you are saying that each member of a group does something to the others or has a particular connection with the others. We looked at each other in silence Both sides are willing to make allowances for each other's political sensitivities Uncle Paul and I hardly know each other
It is often maintained that each other should be used to denote a reciprocal relation between two entities, with one another reserved for more than two: thus The twins dislike each other but The triplets dislike one another. Sixty-four percent of Usage Panelists say that they follow this rule in their own writing. But it should be pointed out that many reputable writers from Samuel Johnson onward have ignored the rule and that the use of each other for more than two, or of one another for two, cannot be considered incorrect. In particular, there are contexts in which each other and one another are subtly different in meaning. When speaking of an ordered series of events or stages, one another is the preferred form. Thus the sentence The waiters followed one another into the room was preferred by 73 percent of the Usage Panel to the sentence The waiters followed each other into the room.·Each other should not be used as the subject of a clause in writing. Instead of We always know what each other is thinking, one should write Each of us knows what the other is thinking. ·The possessive forms of each other and one another are written each other's and one another's: The boys wore each other's (not each others') coats. They had forgotten one another's (not one anothers') names. used to show that each of two or more people does something to the other or others one another
If you say that something is a good each way bet, you mean that you think it is a good thing to support or invest in because it is unlikely to fail. Large overseas-based trusts are an excellent each way bet. a good each way investment. if you bet (=try to win money by guessing the winner of a race) money each way, you will win if the horse or dog you choose comes first, second, or third way
If you bet money each way on the result of a horse race or a dog race, you will win some money if the animal you bet on comes first, second, third, or sometimes fourth. In the last race I put £20 each way on two outsiders. Each way is also an adjective a $10,000 each way bet on Minnehoma at 33-1
[ Ech ] (adjective.) before 12th century. From Middle English eche, from Old English ǣlċ, contraction of ǣġhwilċ (“each, every, any, all”), from Proto-Germanic *aiwô (“ever, always”), *galīkaz (“alike”), equivalent to ay + like. Compare Scots ilk, elk (“each, every”), West Frisian elk (“each”), Low Saxon elk, ellik (“each”), Dutch elk (“each”), German jeglich (“any”).
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