every : Common Errors in English

About every

“Every,” “everybody” and “everyone” and related expressions are normallytreated as singular in American English: “Every woman I ask out tells meshe already has plans for Saturday night.” However, constructions like“everyone brought their own lunch” are widely accepted now because of adesire to avoid specifying “his” or “her.” See “.”

every Meaning(s)

  • (s) (used of count nouns) each and all of the members of a group considered singly and without exception
  • (s) each and all of a series of entities or intervals as specified

every in News

  1. Every 10 tobacco ad sightings boost teens' risk of starting to smoke by almost 40 percent

    Tobacco ads really do persuade teens to take up smoking, with every 10 sightings boosting the risk by almost 40 percent, reveals new research.
    on June 14, 2013 Source: Science Daily

  2. Every Entrepreneur's Personal Manifesto

    Every entrepreneur needs to have a personal manifesto. This is a public declaration of the company’s intentions and commitments. Here what they should include:
    on June 12, 2013 Source: Forbes

  3. Every NFL Team's Biggest Flaw Heading into Training Camps

    Every NFL team has flaws. Some are huge, and some are small. All are noticeable, and entering training camp, NFL teams are looking at how they can improve them. For the 49ers, their biggest weakness may be something small. It may not even be a weakness on most teams. Yet it stands as their biggest flaw. The Raiders, on the other hand, may have weaknesses that are small for them but huge for ...
    on June 12, 2013 Source: Bleacher Report

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