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every

determiner
 
 
/ˈevri/
EACH A1 each one of a group of people or things
każdy
He knows the name of every child in the school. Every one of the paintings was a fake.Both, all, each and every
HOW OFTEN A1 used to show that something is repeated regularly
każdy, co
He goes to Spain every summer.Both, all, each and everyContinually and repeatedly
POSSIBLE B2 as much as is possible
jak najwięcej, każdy możliwy
I'd like to wish you every success in your new job. Every effort is being made to rectify the problem.Both, all, each and every
every now and then/every so often sometimes, but not often
od czasu do czasu/co jakiś czas
We still meet up every now and then.Continually and repeatedly
one in every five/ten, etc used to show how many people or things in a group are affected by or involved in something
co piąty/dziesiąty itp. , jeden na pięć/dziesięć itp.
Numerical relationships
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