every

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Перевод:

Adjective: каждый все всякий полный
Pronoun: любой

Фразы:

a blitz of commercials every few minutes - реклама врывается каждые пять минут

the coat of varnish which surrounded every particle - слой лака, который покрывал каждую мелкую деталь

to provide for every contingency - предусмотреть все возможные случайности

complete cycle of gardening works to be done throughout every month of the year - полный цикл садоводческих работ на каждый месяц года

of every description - разнообразный, всевозможный

accommodation with every convenience - квартира со всеми удобствами

every so often - время от времени

to go to every expedient - пойти на всё

every word that fell from her lips - каждое слово, которое слетало с её губ

every few miles - через каждые несколько миль

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Примеры:

I heard every word you said. - Я слышал каждое слово, которое ты сказал.

She's beautiful in every way. - Она прекрасна во всех отношениях.

I feel every respect for him. - Я испытываю к нему всяческое уважение.

His every move was carefully watched. - За каждым его шагом тщательно следили.

A parliament should be held every three years. - Парламент должен собираться каждые три года.

Every harvester was working. - Все жнецы работали.

Ceramics of every kind were on display. - Была выставлена самая разнообразная керамика.

He devotes every spare moment to his hobby. - Он посвящает каждую свободную минутку своему хобби.

Every particle of matter attracts every other particle. - Каждая частица вещества притягивает другую.

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Связанные термины:

every bit: to the same degree

every one: each person or thing in a group, without exception

every inch: If you talk about every inch of an area, you are emphasizing that you mean the whole of it.

every last: You use every last to emphasize that you are talking about all the people or things in a group or all the parts of something.

every other: You use every other to emphasize that you are referring to all the rest of the people or things in a group.

every pore: You can say that someone has a certain quality or emotion coming from every pore to emphasize the strength of that quality or emotion.

at every turn: If you say that something happens at every turn, you are emphasizing that it happens frequently or all the time, usually so that it prevents you from achieving what you want .

each and every: You can refer to each and every member of a group to emphasize that you mean all the members of that group.

every man jack: everyone without exception

every so often: If something happens every so often, it happens regularly, but with fairly long intervals between each occasion .

on every hand: on all sides; in all directions

every which way: Every which way and any which way are used to emphasize that something happens, or might happen, in a lot of different ways, or using a lot of different methods .

worth every penny: If you say that something or someone is worth every penny, you mean that they are worth all the money that is spent on them.

every now and then: from time to time; occasionally

every nook and cranny: If you talk about every nook and cranny of a place or situation, you mean every part or every aspect of it.

a finger in every pie: If you say that someone has a finger in every pie, you mean they are involved in a lot of things.

every bit as good as: You say that one thing is every bit as good, interesting, or important as another to emphasize that the first thing is just as good, interesting, or important as the second .

every dog has his day: something good or lucky happens to everyone at one time or another

every dog has its day: said to mean that everyone will be successful or lucky at some time in their life. This expression is sometimes used to encourage someone at a time when they are not having any success or luck.

every now and then etc: You use every in the expressions every now and then, every now and again, every once in a while, and every so often in order to indicate that something happens occasionally .

every trick in the book: If someone tries every trick in the book, they try every possible thing that they can think of in order to achieve something.

every other day/week/month: If something happens, for example, every other day or every other month, there is a day or month when it does not happen between each day or month when it happens.

every Tom, Dick, and Harry: any person, even an ordinary person with no special skills or qualities

have a finger in every pie: to be involved in many different activities, often in a way that is disapproved of

every bit as every bit as good as: You say that one thing is every bit as good, interesting, or important as another to emphasize that the first thing is just as good, interesting, or important as the second .

every other day/every second day etc: If something happens every other day or every second day, for example, it happens one day, then does not happen the next day, then happens the day after that, and so on. You can also say that something happens every third week, every fourth year, and so on.

use every trick in the book: to do everything you can think of in order to succeed in something

with every fibre of your being: If you say that you feel something with every fibre of your being, you mean that you feel it very deeply.

every cloud has a silver lining: If you say that every cloud has a silver lining, you mean that every sad or unpleasant situation has a positive side to it.

to hang on someone's every word: If you hang on someone's every word, you listen very carefully to what they are saying, because you admire or respect them.

have no intention/have every intention: If you say that you have no intention of doing something, you are emphasizing that you are not going to do it. If you say that you have every intention of doing something, you are emphasizing that you intend to do it.

everyone has their price: said to mean that everyone can be persuaded to do something dishonest or immoral, if they are offered a large enough amount of money

with each passing year/with every passing year: If something changes with each passing year or with every passing day, it changes continuously.

now and again: If you say that something happens now and then or every now and again, you mean that it happens sometimes but not very often or regularly.

now and then: sometimes ; occasionally

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Однокоренные слова:

thievery - воровство, кража
eversion - эверсия, выворот, опрокидывание
revery - каждый, всякий, всякий, всевозможный, каждый, все

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