Definition of each
What does the word each mean?
part of speech: adjective, pronoun
(Of two or more) every (one) taken separately, as English man has two votes, e. of us has two votes, we have two votes e., they cost a penny e., e. is worse than the one before; they hate e. other, e. hates the other; sides of two triangles are equal e. to e. (a side of one to the corresponding side of the other). [old English]