"every" meaning in English

Determiner

IPA: /ˈɛv.(ə.)ɹi/ [UK, US] Audio: En-us-every.ogg [US]
  1. All of a countable group (considered individually), without exception.
  2. Denotes equal spacing at a stated interval, or a proportion corresponding to such a spacing.
  3. Denotes an abundance of something. Tags: with certain nouns
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: English determiners Synonyms: each, e'ry [slang] Derived forms: a chicken in every pot, behind every successful man there stands a woman, each and every, every bit, everybody, every cloud has a silver lining, every dog has its day, every five minutes, every last, every little helps, every man for himself, every man Jack, every man jack, every nook and cranny, everyone, every other, every second, every so often, everything, every time, everywhere, every which way, every which where, hang on someone's every word, there are two sides to every question, there is an exception to every rule, worth every penny Related terms: all, each Translations (all of a countable group): elke (Afrikaans), cilido (Albanian), ἕκαστος (hékastos) (Ancient Greek), كُلّ‎ (kull) (Arabic), ամեն (english: amen) (Armenian), cada (Asturian), hər (Azerbaijani), һәр (här) (Bashkir), ко́жны (kóžny) (Belarusian), প্রতি (prôti) (Bengali), все́ки (vséki) (Bulgarian), တိုင်း (tuing:) (Burmese), 每 (mui⁵) (Cantonese), cada (Catalan), ھەمو‎ (hemu) (Central Kurdish), každý (Czech), hver (Danish), elk (Dutch), ieder (Dutch), ĉiu (Esperanto), kõik (Estonian), hvør (Faroese), jokainen (Finnish), joka (Finnish), välein (Finnish), tout (French), chaque (French), toda [feminine] (Galician), todo [masculine] (Galician), ყველა (q̇vela) (Georgian), ყოველი (q̇oveli) (Georgian), jeder (German), jede (German), jedes (German), κάθε (káthe) (Greek), tout (Haitian Creole), chak (Haitian Creole), כל‎ (kol) (Hebrew), हर (har) (Hindi), minden (Hungarian), sérhver (Icelandic), hver (Icelandic), omna (Ido), setiap (Indonesian), cata (Interlingua), gach (Irish), gach uile (Irish), ogni (Italian), あらゆる (arayuru) (Japanese), 全ての (subete-no) (alt: すべての) (Japanese), それぞれ (sorezore) (Japanese), おのおの (onoono) (Japanese), …毎に (alt: …goto-no) (Japanese), (note: (prefix) 毎 (まい-, mai-)) (Japanese), (kaku) (alt: かく) (Japanese), túdu (Kabuverdianu), ಪ್ರತಿ (prati) (Kannada), әр (är) (Kazakh), រាល់ (roal) (Khmer), (gak) (Korean), 모든 (modeun) (Korean), 매- (mae-) (Korean), (gak) (Korean), ар (ar) (Kyrgyz), ທຸກ (thuk) (Lao), ທຸກໆ (thuk thuk) (Lao), quisque (Latin), omnis (Latin), katrs (Latvian), kiekvienas (Lithuanian), kuždy (Lower Sorbian), секој (sekoj) (Macedonian), setiap (Malay), tiap-tiap (Malay), ഓരോ (ōrō) (Malayalam), kull (Maltese), 每 (měi) (Mandarin), 各 (gè) (Mandarin), 逐 (ta̍k) (Min Nan), 每 (múi) (Min Nan), бүр (bür) (Mongolian), kila (Mwali Comorian), hver (Norwegian Bokmål), kvar (Norwegian Nynorsk), ǣlċ (Old English), هر‎ (har) (Pashto), هر‎ (har) (Persian), każdy (Polish), cada (Portuguese), todo [masculine] (Portuguese), toda [feminine] (Portuguese), tukuy (Quechua), sako [masculine] (Romani), saki [feminine] (Romani), sake [plural] (Romani), fiecare (Romanian), ка́ждый (káždyj) (Russian), вся́кий (vsjákij) (Russian), सर्व (sárva) (Sanskrit), विश्व (viśva) [Early, Vedic] (Sanskrit), ivery (Scots), a h-uile (Scottish Gaelic), сва̏кӣ [Cyrillic] (Serbo-Croatian), svȁkī [Roman] (Serbo-Croatian), හැම (hæma) (Sinhalese), každý (Slovak), vsak (Slovene), cada (Spanish), kila (Swahili), varje (1.) (Swedish), var (2.) (Swedish), ҳар (har) (Tajik), ஒவ்வொரு (ovvoru) (Tamil), һәр (här) (Tatar), ప్రతి (prati) (Telugu), ทุก (túk) (Thai), po (Tocharian B), her (Turkish), her (Turkmen), ко́жний (kóžnyj) (Ukrainian), ہر‎ (har) (Urdu), har (Uzbek), mỗi (Vietnamese), các (Vietnamese), từng (Vietnamese), alik (Volapük), pob (Welsh), ҳар (har) (Yagnobi), יעדער‎ (yeder) (Yiddish), herg (Zazaki)

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