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either

pronoun /ˈaiθə, (especially American) ˈiːðə(r)/
the one or the other of two
cualquiera; ni el uno ni el otro, ninguno de los dos
You may borrow either of these books I offered him coffee or tea, but he didn’t want either.
either … or introducing alternatives
o… o…
Either go to see him or send an apology.
either way in the one case or the other
de cualquier manera
Either way, he wins.
either … or the verb usually matches the noun or pronoun that comes closest to it: Either John or Mary is to blame / Either John or his brothers are going to the show.
(Definition of either from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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