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  • 101each and every — {adj. phr.} Every. Used for emphasis. * /The captain wants each and every man to be here at eight o clock./ * /The teacher must learn the name of each and every pupil./ Syn.: EVERY SINGLE …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 102each and every — {adj. phr.} Every. Used for emphasis. * /The captain wants each and every man to be here at eight o clock./ * /The teacher must learn the name of each and every pupil./ Syn.: EVERY SINGLE …

    Dictionary of American idioms

  • 103Each Dawn I Die — Infobox Film | name = Each Dawn I Die image size = director = William Keighley producer = David Lewis Hal B. Wallis Jack L. Warner writer = Warren Duff Jerome Odlum (novel) Norman Reilly Raine Charles Perry (uncredited) starring = James Cagney… …

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  • 104each and every — This is a redundant (wordy) phrase; when used, it requires a singular verb: Each and every one of you has his own reasons. Preferably, use each or every, not both …

    Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • 105each\ and\ every — adj. phr. Every. Used for emphasis. The captain wants each and every man to be here at eight o clock. The teacher must learn the name of each and every pupil. Syn.: every single …

    Словарь американских идиом

  • 106each way — UK / US adverb British if you bet each way, you win money if the person or animal you choose comes first, second, or third in a race Derived word: each way adjective …

    English dictionary

  • 107each other — /itʃ ˈʌðə/ (say eech udhuh) noun each the other (used to describe a reciprocal relation or action between two or more people, objects, etc.): they hit each other …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 108each other / one another —    Use each other when only two objects are involved: The twins love each other.    Use one another in referring to more than two objects: The triplets all love one another …

    Confused words

  • 109each other / one another —    Use each other when only two objects are involved: The twins love each other.    Use one another in referring to more than two objects: The triplets all love one another …

    Confused words

  • 110each / every —    These are singular distributive pronouns; use them with a singular verb. Each refers to a single individual in a group: Each of us voted differently.    Every refers to all the members of a group inclusively: Every one of us voted the same …

    Confused words

  • 111each / every —    These are singular distributive pronouns; use them with a singular verb. Each refers to a single individual in a group: Each of us voted differently.    Every refers to all the members of a group inclusively: Every one of us voted the same …

    Confused words

  • 112each party — Every one of two or more parties. Appearing in a statute giving each party a designated number of peremptory challenges to a juror, the term, in a case involving plural parties, means each side, notwithstanding the parties on one side plead… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 113each other — pronoun to one another; one to the other; signifies that a verb applies to two or more entities both as subjects and as direct objects: , Maria and Robert loved each other. Syn: one another …

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  • 114Each Way — A slang phrase used when a broker earns commissions from both parties in a security sale. The purchaser and the seller of the security will pay a fee to the broker for facilitating the transaction. Going each way on a trade is ideal for a broker …

    Investment dictionary

  • 115each way — UK term for betting on a horse to win and/or Place . An each way bet is when you have the same amount on the horse for a win and for a place. Bookmakers will give you one quarter of the win odds for a place in fields of eight or more and one… …

    Equestrian sports dictionary

  • 116each way single — Two bets. The first is for the selection to win; the second for it to be placed (each way) …

    Equestrian sports dictionary

  • 117each other, one another —    A few arbiters of usage continue to insist on each other for two things and one another for more than two. There is no harm in observing such a distinction, but little to be gained from it, and, as Fowler long ago noted, the practice has no… …

    Dictionary of troublesome word

  • 118each other, one another —    A few arbiters of usage continue to insist on each other for two things and one another for more than two. There is no harm in observing such a distinction, but little to be gained from it, and, as Fowler long ago noted, the practice has no… …

    Dictionary of troublesome word

  • 119each other — one another, each to the other …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 120each to his own — See to each his own …

    English idioms