Translation: from english to japanese

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  • 1 every

    かくはん 各般
    ひゃっぱん 百般
    あらゆる 凡ゆる
    おのおの <two days, etc>
    あげず 上げず
    * * *
    1 [〖C〗単数名詞を修飾して; ◇[語法] ⇒ each〖形〗 1 ] あらゆる, ことごとくの, どの…も《◆「every+名詞」は単数扱い》

    E~ bit little helps. どんな小さなことでも役に立つ

    E~ reporter sent their [his or her, his

    her, his] stories with the least possible delay. どの記者も即刻ニュースを送った《◆複数の記者が念頭にあるのでしばしばtheirとなる; かつてはhisを用いたが現在ではセクシズムと見なされ, 多くの人はこれを避ける; ⇒ everybody ◇[語法] 》

    E~ man, woman, and child has [xhave] been evacuated. 男も女も子供も全員避難した《◆everyの後に名詞が2つ以上続いても単数扱い》

    He believed ~ word of mine [((正式)) my ~ word]. 彼は私の言ったことをすべて信じた

    E~ man has his price. ((ことわざ))人には皆それぞれ値段がある; 「わいろの額次第で不正を働く」.

    (1) everyがmoment [minute, day, week, etc. ]と連語する時はall+複数名詞との交換不可(cf. ⇒ 3 ).
    (2) 部分否定と全否定については ⇒ everybody ◇[語法] (3) .
    2 [〖C〗〖U〗名詞を修飾して; 時に~ possible] 可能な限りの, あらんかぎりの, すべての; [〖U〗名詞を修飾して] 全面的の《◆名詞は〖C〗intention, reason, kindness; 〖U〗confidence, sympathyなどの抽象名詞》

    I have ~ confidence in him. 心から彼を信じています

    We have ~ reason to believe that … …と信ずる理由は十分にある

    We have ~ confidence in the committee. 我々は委員会に全幅の信頼を置いている.

    3 [数詞・other・few句の前で] …ごとに; [day, weekなどの前に置いて副詞句を作って]

    ~ other day 1日おきに, 2日ごとに(~ second day); 毎日のように

    The medicine has to be taken ~ six hours. 6時間ごとに薬を服用しなければなりません(=… taken at intervals of six hours. ).

    [as+形容詞・副詞+as … 構文の前で]((略式))(…と同じくらい)まさしく…で, どの点から見ても, 全く《◆形容詞はbad, goodなど; 副詞はbadly, wellなど》.
    every last …

    spend ~ last penny 最後の1ペニーまで(あり金全部)使い果す.

    every last [single] one (of O)
    (…の)どれもこれも, 残らず《◆every oneの強調形》.
    every now and again [then]
    ⇒ now〖副〗 .
    (1) / -̀₋-̀/[接続詞的に] …する時はいつも[必ず](((まれ)) everytime)《◆wheneverより口語的》

    She says something ~ time I turn around. 私が顔を出すと彼女はいつも文句を言う.

    (3) ((略式))ちゅうちょなく, さっそく.
    (1) 四方八方に.
    (2) 無秩序に.

    English-Japanese dictionary > every

  • 2 every

    adj. どの, すべての; 毎…; 可能な限りの

    English-Japanese new dictionary > every

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