In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(indicando progresión)íbamos cada vez más rápido — we were going faster and faster
- la gente va cada vez menos a ese tipo de club — people are going less and less to that kind of club
- hace cada día más calor — it's getting hotter every day / by the day
1.2(con valor ponderativo)¡tú tienes cada idea …! — the things you think of!
- le ha regalado cada cosa más preciosa … — he's given her such lovely things
2.1eacheverylos ganadores de cada grupo pasan a la final — the winners from each group go on to the final
- hay un bar en cada esquina — there's a bar on every corner
- cada vez que viene me da un disgusto — every time he comes he upsets me
- les puso un sello a cada uno — he put a stamp on each one
- hay cinco para cada uno — there are five each
- volvimos a casa cada uno por su lado — we each made our own way home
- cuestan $25 cada uno — they cost $25 each
- cada uno /cada cual sabe qué es lo que más le conviene — everyone / each individual knows what's best for him or her
2.2(delante de numeral)everyparábamos cada cuatro kilómetros — we stopped every four kilometers
- siete de cada diez — seven out of (every) ten
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