Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

mỗi in English:

1. every every


Every seat was full.
Tom became tired of always having to pay the bill every time he went out with Mary.
To the man who only has a hammer in the toolkit, every problem looks like a nail.
The sudden increase of cars is causing a large number of traffic accidents every day.
We cannot know too much about the language we speak every day of our lives.
Madonna is known to every high school student in Japan.
Every person has a psychological need to feel that what he does is of some importance.
Every spring I am anxious to get out in the garden again.
If you stay out drinking every night, your wife is going to leave you.
Every day, my brother borrows a new book from the library.
I have tried every diet that has ever been published and I still haven't lost weight.
At the end of every day, his back was tired and his legs hurt.
In the old days, every child could tell the difference between good and bad.
Can you please tell me why there seem to be two churches in every village?
Their influence becomes greater every day, but they are uncreative and can't make value judgements.

English word "mỗi"(every) occurs in sets:

300 tính từ tiếng Anh 201 - 225

2. each each


Let's help each other.
I don't know what went on last night, but they're not speaking to each other this morning.
You can't treat the class as a whole, but must pay attention to each member.
Each time you step on the pedal, the wheel turns once.
The more unique each person is, the more he contributes to the wisdom of others.
You don't look like each other. "That's because we're fraternal twins."
He and I have a near-telepathic understanding of each other. No sooner does one of us say something than the other is already responding.
Special services include a personal driver for each guest.
This vowel change has much to do with the overall accent pattern assigned to each word.
He's a very romantic boyfriend who brings me flowers each night.
Although each person follows a different path, our destinations are the same.
We will have to consider each application on a case-by-case basis.
Each episode of that TV drama ends with somebody delivering a profound line.
Wagons would go out each day in search of food.
Each chapter in the textbook is followed by about a dozen comprehension questions.