each and every one

each and every one
allemaal zonder uitzondering,iedereen

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  • each and every one — every single person, every solitary individual …   English contemporary dictionary

  • from each and every one — from every single one, from all, excluding none …   English contemporary dictionary

  • each and every — every (used for emphasis) I would like each and every one of you to bring your textbooks tomorrow …   Idioms and examples

  • each and every —    is at best a trite way of providing emphasis, at worst redundant, and generally both, as here: Each and every one of the twelve songs on Marshall Crenshaw s debut album is breezy and refreshing (Washington Post). Equally to be avoided is each… …   Dictionary of troublesome word

  • each and every — This is a redundant (wordy) phrase; when used, it requires a singular verb: Each and every one of you has his own reasons. Preferably, use each or every, not both …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • each and every —  is hopelessly tautological. Choose one or the other …   Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors

  • each — W1S1 [i:tʃ] determiner, pron, adv [: Old English; Origin: Alc] 1.) every one of two or more things or people, considered separately →↑every ▪ She had a bottle in each hand. ▪ Grill the fish for five minutes on each side. ▪ Each member of the team …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • each — 1. singular or plural. Each is treated as singular when it stands by itself as a pronoun, when it comes before a singular noun (each house), and when it is followed by of and a plural noun (each of the houses): • Each group is responsible for its …   Modern English usage

  • each — [ itʃ ] function word, quantifier *** Each can be used in the following ways: as a determiner (followed by a singular countable noun): in each corner of the room as a pronoun: three windows, with a different view from each (followed by of ): I… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • each — [adj] every all, any, exclusive, individual, one by one*, particular, personal, piece by piece*, respective, separate, several, single, specific, various, without exception; concept 577 Ant. none each [adv] apiece; for one all, a pop*, a shot*,… …   New thesaurus

  • each — 1 /i:tS/ determiner, pronoun 1 every single one or two or more things or people considered separately: Jane had a blister on each foot. | There are four bedrooms, each with its own shower. | The price is $60 for a week, then $10 for each extra… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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