• every other [second] day
  • 1日おきに;((比喩的に))毎日のごとく
  • How's every little thing?
  • ((略式))調子はどうだい
  • I enjoyed every (single) minute of my stay in Paris.
  • パリ滞在中は一瞬一瞬が楽しかった(◆singleは強意を表す)
  • I tried every one of the dishes.
  • その料理の1つ1つすべてを食べてみた
  • Jane's every action shows that she is honest.
  • ((形式))ジェーンのどの行いを見ても彼女が正直だということがわかる(◆everyの前に冠詞はつけられないが,所有格の名詞・代名詞は可)
  • A 12-year field study found the short-beaked echidna reaches sexual maturity between five and 12 years of age, and the frequency of reproduction varies from once every two years to once every six years.
  • Wikipedia: Short-beaked echidna
  • A film camera had been set up in one of the spacecraft windows to record a frame every second of the Moon below.
  • Wikipedia: Apollo 8
  • A VAT imposes a tax at every intermediate step of production, so the goods reach the final consumer with much of the tax already in the price.
  • Wikipedia: FairTax
  • Additionally, Stampede officials estimate that for every dollar spent at Stampede Park, tourists spend $2.65 in the rest of the city.
  • Wikipedia: Calgary Stampede
  • After the government monopoly on liquor was abolished in 81 BC, a property tax of 2 coins for every 0.2 litres (0.05 US gal) was levied on liquor merchants.
  • Wikipedia: Economy of the Han Dynasty
  • After their year of active service, Western Han-era soldiers were demobilized and sent home, where they were obligated to join the local militia that convened every eighth month of the year.
  • Wikipedia: Government of the Han Dynasty
  • Around the walls are panels listing every unit of the AIF, down to battalion and regiment, along with the colours of their shoulder patch.
  • Wikipedia: Shrine of Remembrance
  • At the 2012 Olympic Games in London, England, for the first time in Olympic history, every country competing included female athletes Saudi Arabia included two female athletes in its delegation; Qatar, four; and Brunei, one (Maziah Mahusin, in the 400m hurdles).
  • Wikipedia: Olympic Games
  • Australia has participated in every summer Olympics of the modern era, and every Commonwealth Games.
  • Wikipedia: Australia