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one another, each to the otherAdvanced English Dictionary
used as the object of a verb or preposition to show that each member of a group does sth to or for the other members: Don and Susie really loved each other (= he loved her and she loved him). + They looked at each other and laughed. + We can wear each other's clothes.
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