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each otherpronoun

uk   /ˌiːtʃ ˈʌð.ər/  us   /ˌiːtʃ ˈʌð.ɚ/ (also one another)
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each otherpronoun

 us   /itʃ ˈʌð·ər/ (also one another)
(not used as the subject of a sentence) the other person, or any or all the other people in a group: The couple kept looking at each other and smiling. They’re always wearing each other’s clothes.
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Translations of “each other”
in Arabic بَعْضَهُم البَعْض…
in Korean 서로…
in Portuguese um o outro, se…
in Catalan s’utilitza per a indicar que una acció és recíproca…
in Japanese お互い(に)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 互相…
in Turkish birbirine, birbirini…
in Russian друг друга…
in Chinese (Traditional) 互相…
in Italian l’un l’altro, a vicenda…
in Polish się, siebie, sobie…
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