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every
'ɛvriː
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. (used of count nouns) each and all of the members of a group considered singly and without exception.
  2. Each and all of a series of entities or intervals as specified.
Hyphenationeve•ry
Part of Speech(定冠词) definite article
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每一měiyīevery
每个měigèapiece
一切yīqièeverything; every; all
所有suǒyǒuall; every; to have; to possess; to own
每一个měiyī gèevery
各个gègèevery; various; separately, one by one
一应yīyīngall; every
每隔měigéat intervals of; every (so often)
凡是fánshìeach and every; every; all; any
each; every
měieach; every
to experience; to undergo; to pass through; all; each; every; history
举凡jǔfánsuch things as ...; examples including ... (etc); without exception; every; any
fánall; common; general; every, whenever; generally
fánordinary; commonplace; mundane; temporal; of the material world (as opposed to supernatural or immortal levels); every; all; whatever; altogether; gist; outline; note of Chinese musical scale
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