part of speech: adjective
definition 1: each and all parts of a group of people or things.
- Every person turned toward the door.
- Every seat in the theater was taken.
definition 2: the greatest degree of; all possible.
- They showed me every kindness.
phrase: every other
phrase: every once in a while
phrase: every so often
phrase: every now and then
each or every?
Use each when you want to emphasize one person or thing in a group at a time. Use every when you want to emphasize the group as a whole, but as made up of individual people or things.
Each child got to choose one treat.
Every child in the class is important.
She put each loaf of bread on the shelf.
Every item in the store has an SKU.