κάθε

GreekEdit

EtymologyEdit

from Byzantine Greek καθέν (kathén), neuter form of καθείς (katheís), from Ancient Greek καθ' εἶς ‎(kath' eîs) "one by one, one after another", from ἕν καθ' έν ‎(hén kath' én) "one by one".

DeterminerEdit

κάθε ‎(káthe) (invariable) (distributive determiner)

  1. (individual): every, each
    κάθε υποψήφιος καλείται να … (each/every candidate is required to …)
  2. (whatever): any
    με κάθε τίμημα (at any price)
  3. (repetition): every, each
    δουλεύει κάθε σαββατοκύριακο (he works every weekend)
  4. (derigatory): any
    κάθε ανόητος μπορεί να … (any fool can …)

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