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Translation of "every" - English-Spanish dictionary

every

determiner   /ˈev·ri/
A1 each one of a group of people or things cada He knows the name of every child in the school.
A1 used to show that something is repeated regularly todos los They go camping every summer.
(Definition of every from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

every

adjective /ˈevri/
each one of or all (of a certain number) cada, todo Every room is painted white Not every family has a car.
each (of an indefinite number or series) cada Every hour brought the two countries nearer war He attends to her every need.
the most absolute or complete possible todo We have every reason to believe that she will get better.
used to show repetition after certain intervals of time or space cada I go to the supermarket every four or five days Every second house in the row was bright pink ’Every other daymeans èvery two days’ or ’on alternate days’.
everybody pronoun ( everyone)
every person todos, todo el mundo Everyone thinks I’m right.
everyday adjective
happening, done used etc daily cotidiano, de todos los días her everyday duties.
common or usual habitual an everyday event.
everything pronoun
all things todo Do you have everything you need?
everywhere adverb
(in or to) every place todas partes The flies are everywhere Everywhere I go, he follows me.
every bit as
just as tan, igual de You’re every bit as clever as he is.
every now and then / every now and again / every so often
occasionally de vez en cuando We get a letter from him every now and then.
every time
always; invariably cada vez (que) We use this method every time.
whenever cada vez que Every time he comes, we quarrel.
everybody, everyone are singular: Everybody is (not are ) tired / Everyone should buy his own ticket.see also their.
(Definition of every from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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