(to) each own

(to) each own
to each (their) own it is obviously right for someone else, although you cannot understand why.

Some people who work at home continue to dress in office clothes — well, to each his own, but I'd never do that.


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  • each — W1S1 [i:tʃ] determiner, pron, adv [: Old English; Origin: Alc] 1.) every one of two or more things or people, considered separately →↑every ▪ She had a bottle in each hand. ▪ Grill the fish for five minutes on each side. ▪ Each member of the team …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • each — [ itʃ ] function word, quantifier *** Each can be used in the following ways: as a determiner (followed by a singular countable noun): in each corner of the room as a pronoun: three windows, with a different view from each (followed by of ): I… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • each — 1. singular or plural. Each is treated as singular when it stands by itself as a pronoun, when it comes before a singular noun (each house), and when it is followed by of and a plural noun (each of the houses): • Each group is responsible for its …   Modern English usage

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  • each to their own — Different people have different preferences. In American English, Each to his own is more common …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • each to hisown — each to (his/her) own something that you say which means that it is acceptable for people to like or believe in different things. I find it hard to believe that anyone enjoys gardening. Ah well, each to his own …   New idioms dictionary

  • Each Man's Son — is a novel by Canadian writer Hugh MacLennan. First published in 1951 by Macmillan of Canada, it takes place in a coal mining town on Cape Breton, Nova Scotia just before the First World War.Plot summaryMollie MacNeil and her son Alan, miss… …   Wikipedia

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