English version

one another

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishone anotherone anotherEACH OTHERused to say that two or more people or things do the same thing to each other or share a relationship 🔊 They seem to love one another very much. 🔊 The streets are all at right angles to one another. another
Examples from the Corpus
one anotherPrisoners tried to sell saucepans to one another.This makes the wings very soft to the touch and probably cuts down noise from feathers moving against one another during flight.We always call one another during the holidays.Geschke and Warnock are mirror images of one another, right down to the silver beards.Women ran screaming with children in their arms, and old folk tripped over one another trying to escape the slaughter.His mum and I held one another up.They had barely greeted one another when Pam demanded to know what Margaret thought she was doing.I want them to treat one another with courtesy and respect.
one anotherˌone anˈother ●●○ S3 W3 pronoun 🔊 🔊 EACH OTHEReach other 🔊 Liz and I have known one another for years. 🔊 They often stay at one another’s houses.
Examples from the Corpus
one anotherMany witnesses contradicted one another.Prisoners tried to sell saucepans to one another.This makes the wings very soft to the touch and probably cuts down noise from feathers moving against one another during flight.They looked at one another like cats across a fence, but they did not speak.Geschke and Warnock are mirror images of one another, right down to the silver beards.Women ran screaming with children in their arms, and old folk tripped over one another trying to escape the slaughter.His mum and I held one another up.They had barely greeted one another when Pam demanded to know what Margaret thought she was doing.I want them to treat one another with courtesy and respect.