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Translation of "every" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

every

determiner (ALL) 所有的     /ˈev.ri/
used when referring to all the members of a group of three or more (三個或三個以上的人或事物組成的群體中的)每一個,每個,全部,整體 The police want to interview every employee about the theft. 警方想就竊盜案件與每位員工面談。 The show will be broadcast every weekday morning between 9 and 10. 這個節目將在星期一至五每日早上九點到十點播出。 We're open every day except Sunday. 除了星期日, 我們每天都開門營業。 I've been out every night this week. 這個星期,每晚我都會出去。 Every time I go to London I get caught in a traffic jam. 每次我去倫敦都會遇到塞車。 Ten pence is donated to charity for every bottle sold. 每賣出一瓶就會有十便士捐給慈善機構。 These paintings may look like the real thing, but (each and) every one of them is a fake. 這些畫看上去好像真的,但實際上全部都是冒牌貨。 That salmon was very expensive so make sure you eat up every (single) bit. 那鮭魚很貴,一定要全部吃掉,一點也不能剩下。 Both, all, each and every every bit as equally as 也完全…,也同樣… Opponents of the war are considered every bit as patriotic as supporters. 在人們心目中,這場戰爭的反對者和支持者都是一樣愛國的。 Similar and the sameDescribing people with the same qualities every last every 每一 We catch the majority of people, but hunting down every last tax dodger is impossible. 我們掌握了絕大多數人的情況,但要將所有逃稅者都一一查出來是不可能的。 Both, all, each and every every which way US in all directions 四面八方;朝各個方向 The game was hindered by a fierce wind that swept the ball every which way. 狂風猛烈,球被吹得四周亂掃,比賽無法正常進行。 General location and orientation in every way in all ways 無論從哪方面看;在各方面 This movie is in every way a masterpiece of cinematography. 無論從哪方面來看,這齣電影都是一部傑作。 General (your) every need all the things that you need or want 所有需求;任何要求 There'll be an assistant there to see to your every need. 將有一位助手到場來照顧你的一切需求。 Feelings of desire
(Definition of every determiner (ALL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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