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Spanish translation of “each”

each

adjective /iːtʃ/
every (thing, person each) of two or more, considered separately
cada
Each house in this street has its own garage.
each other used as the object when an action takes place between two (loosely, more than two) people etc
el uno al otro, mutuamente
They clearly love each other deeply.
each is singular: Each of them has (not have ) a bag in his hand.
(Definition of each from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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