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one another

noun
1.
each other.
Origin
1520-1530
1520-30
Usage note
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  • Their proximity to one another only accentuates the disparity.
  • They compete with one another for limited resources: brain time or bandwidth.
  • They recognize one another and develop lifelong cooperative relationships.
  • Neurons send messages to one another across narrow gaps called synapses.
  • And it makes you think: during the fiesta, everybody talks to one another.
  • These things hold a balance to one another and it will always be so.
  • Robins and blackbirds use specific non verbal signals to one another all the while.
  • Other times, static electricity can cause objects to cling to one another.
  • Carbohydrate molecules surround all cells and help them to identify and interact with one another.
  • When two or more ingredients are entirely dissolved in one another, you have a solution.
British Dictionary definitions for one another

one another

pronoun
1.
the reflexive form of plural pronouns when the action, attribution, etc, is reciprocal: they kissed one another, knowing one another Also each other
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one another

see: each other
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