US: /ˈitʃ/
UK: /ˈiːt‍ʃ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

each /i:tʃ/
  • tính từ
    • mỗi
      • each day: mỗi ngày
  • danh từ
    • mỗi người, mỗi vật, mỗi cái
      • each of us: mỗi người chúng ta
    • each and all
      • tất cả mọi người, ai ai
    • each other
      • nhau, lẫn nhau
    • to love each other: yêu nhau

Advanced English dictionary

determiner, pronoun
used to refer to every one of two or more people or things, when you are thinking about them separately: Each answer is worth 20 points. + Each of the answers is worth 20 points. + The answers are worth 20 points each. + 'Red or blue?' 'I'll take one of each, please.' + We each have our own car. + There aren't enough books for everyone to have one each. + They lost $40 each. + Each day that passed he grew more and more desperate.
each / every
Each is used in front of a singular noun and is followed by a singular verb: Each student has been given his or her own e-mail address. The use of his or her sometimes sounds slightly formal and it is becoming more common to use the plural pronoun their:
Each student has been given their own e-mail address.

When each is used after a plural subject, it has a plural verb: They each have their own e-mail address.
Every is always followed by a singular verb: Every student in the class is capable of passing the exam.
Each of, each one of and every one of are followed by a plural noun or pronoun, but the verb is usually singular: Each (one) of the houses was slightly different. + I bought a dozen eggs and every one of them was bad. A plural verb is more informal.

Concise English dictionary

+(used of count nouns) every one considered individually
+to or from every one of two or more (considered individually)