either

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈaɪðər/, /ˈiːðər/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈiðɚ, ˈaɪðɚ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ē′ᵺər, ī′ᵺər)


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either

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
adj
  1. either [side, part, type, class, route, direction]
  2. (on) either side of the [road, river, field]
  3. there were [people, trees, bars] on either side
  4. at either end of
  5. either way is fine (with me)
  6. either [person, parent, child]
  7. [choose, pick] either [one] or the [other]
conj
  1. we could travel either by [train] or [plane]
  2. either you or I can [go, accept, attend, do]
  3. (contact us) either by [phone] or [email]
  4. you've either got [it, what it takes] or not
  5. you've either got [it] or you don't
pron
  1. either of [them, which, whom, those, these] (can)
  2. either [of them] will do
adv
  1. if you don't [stay, go], I won't either
additional examples
  1. either [side, part, type, class, route, direction]
  2. (on) either side of the [road, river, field]
  3. there were [people, trees, bars] on either side
  4. at either end of
  5. either way is fine (with me)
  6. either [person, parent, child]
  7. [choose, pick] either [one] or the [other]
  8. if you don't [stay, go], I won't either
  9. either of [them, which, whom, those, these] (can)
  10. either [of them] will do
  11. we could travel either by [train] or [plane]
  12. either or, (it doesn't matter)
  13. either you or I can [go, accept, attend, do]
  14. (contact us) either by [phone] or [email]
  15. you've either got [it, what it takes] or not
  16. you've either got [it] or you don't
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