The bill comes to £79, so that's about £10 each.
each to his/their own also to each their own
- We have only a small amount of food and clothing to deal out to each refugee.
- Start by dealing everyone five cards each.
- He cut the cake into six pieces and gave each child a slice.
- Your salary will be paid on the third week of each calendar month.
- You must consider each problem as an aspect of the whole.
Each: meaning and useWe use each to refer to the individual things or persons in a group of two or more: …
Each ofWe use each of before other determiners and before the plural object pronouns us, you and them: …
Each + pronouns and possessivesWe use each with plural pronouns and possessives, especially when we don’t want to say he/she, women/men, etc.: …
Each referring to a subjectWhen we use each to refer to the subject of the clause, it usually appears in the normal mid position for adverbs, between the subject and the main verb, after the modal verb or first auxiliary verb, or after be as a main verb: …