English version

each other

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheach othereach ˈother ●●● S1 W1 pronoun [not used as the subject of a sentence]  EACH OTHERused to show that each of two or more people does something to the other or othersone another Susan and Robert kissed each other passionately. The girls looked at each other. They enjoy each other’s company. be at each other’s throats at throat(5)
Examples from the Corpus
each otherJosé and his uncle hate each other.They had been arguing about whether they should write to each other.Store owners kept each other abreast of these unfortunate incidents and warned each other.The two kids played happily with each other all morning.During the show his eccentric machines ran into each other, consumed each other, and melded into broken heaps.John Champagne and Bob Guadiana complemented each other extremely well.It's normal for people to ignore each other in an elevator.The rhythmic clapping convinced him they were dancing, probably teaching each other routines.At one point we were kneeling on the floor facing each other, telling and listening to stories simultaneously.
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