English version

every single

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishevery singleevery singleused to emphasize that you are talking about every person or thing Don’t write down every single word I say. He works every single day. single
Examples from the Corpus
every singleAnd the fabulous Brecon Beacons National Park flows past every single carriage window.Everyone in Calcutta knows that I am willing to take every single child.In the eternal struggle against administrative incompetence, we need it every single day.We want an accounting of every single dollar.She was there every single night, a formidable figure in her long, black skirt, cardigan and black straw hat.When he came to reclaim them, every single one had been lost or sold.The whole of that crab, every single pincer and leg, however long, had been excised with the knife.
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